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Samsung S34J550WQR – LED monitor – 34.1″ – 3440 x 1440 Ultra WQHD @ 75 Hz – VA – 300 cd/m² – 3000:1-4 ms – 2xHDMI, DisplayPort – dark grey/blue

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Samsung S34J550WQR – LED monitor – 34.1″ – 3440 x 1440 Ultra WQHD @ 75 Hz – VA – 300 cd/m² – 3000:1-4 ms – 2xHDMI, DisplayPort – dark grey/blue
Samsung S34J550WQR – LED monitor – 34.1″ – 3440 x 1440 Ultra WQHD @ 75 Hz – VA – 300 cd/m² – 3000:1-4 ms – 2xHDMI, DisplayPort – dark grey/blue

Description

  • With its 34″ ultra-wide screen and 21:9 WQHD 3440 x 1440p resolution, the SJ55W provides all the workspace you need to comfortably multi-task on a single screen. And whether you’re working on documents, playing games, or watching movies, you’ll enjoy all your content in superbly detailed WQHD quality
  • The SJ55W is as practical as it is stylish with Displayport and 2 HDMI ports offering multiple connectivity options
  • AMD Free Sync synchronizes the refresh rate of your graphics card and monitor to reduce image tear and stutter for a seamlessly smooth gaming experience
  • Picture-by-Picture display input from two sources side-by-side at their native resolution. Picture-in-Picture lets you resize the second source and position it anywhere
  • The SJ55W’s slim panel, elegant Y-stand, or VESA-compatible mount for precision positioning

Additional information

Specification: Samsung S34J550WQR – LED monitor – 34.1″ – 3440 x 1440 Ultra WQHD @ 75 Hz – VA – 300 cd/m² – 3000:1-4 ms – 2xHDMI, DisplayPort – dark grey/blue

Display
Resolution

‎3440 x 1440 Pixels

General
Brand

Samsung

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎82.8 x 47 x 24.2 cm, 6.9 Kilograms

Item model number

‎LS34J550WQRXXU

Manufacturer

Series

‎LS34J550WQRXXU

Color

Standing screen display size

‎34 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎3440 x 1440

Number of HDMI Ports

‎2

Item Weight

‎6.9 kg

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Samsung S34J550WQR – LED monitor – 34.1″ – 3440 x 1440 Ultra WQHD @ 75 Hz – VA – 300 cd/m² – 3000:1-4 ms – 2xHDMI, DisplayPort – dark grey/blue

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  1. wychwood

    this monitor will only work at 75hz IF you use DP.

    though if you read the manual HDMI2 supports upto 75hz, HDMI1 only supports upto 50hz

    the cable supplied with this monitor only works upto 50hz unless you manually enable freesync

    from my experience, this monitor only supports 60hz on HDMi only if you manually enable freesync

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  2. MIRAI

    With things like these you might think you’ll have buyers remorse or it’s an unnecessary extravagance, but actually it’s a major game changer. So superior to double screens that we’ve been used to for years. It’s one of the best things I bought this year. So much screen space that it looks like something from Star Trek in terms of User interface.
    Initially you have to calibrate the colours but it takes 15 mins and you are ready to go.
    Unlike some comments the screen does swivel on the base (read the manual).
    The control buttons on the back are like other Samsung tech – I had no problems with that. Cheap price – high quality – great purchase.

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  3. Practical_Dad

    Love this monitor. When you get a UWHD monitor you just can’t go back.

    Love the aspect ration when watching movies and just the amount of screen real estate is phenomenal. Photoshop not so much but LR and Premier Pro having two screens to work with is heaven.

    Colours are great and viewing angles are good. Having two side by side and as close as my setup you do get some colour washing out but when I have 68″ of screen to pan around you expect that and it’s forgivable. If you have one sat in front of you, you will not notice this.

    Connections at the back are enough, HDMI, DVI. Comes with a HDMI cable, power lead and stand in the box. I haven’t used the stand as I have a single desk mount which supports the weight just fine.

    I bought these both in the sale for less than £300 so they were a total bargain.

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  4. Wardy

    So first the positives
    It’s a bargain price for this size and resolution
    It supports 75hz refresh on both displayport and hdmi
    You can do picture by picture across two inputs
    Lack of any bleed in my example
    Text is sharp, especially with up sampling mode 2
    Black level is very good
    I find the extra a pixels a real boon for productivity

    The drawbacks
    Only hdmi 2 supports 75hz, hdmi 1 is limited to 50hz
    The colours are washed out compared to other screen technologies
    The viewing angle is wide but is subject to colour shift as angle changes.
    None of the presets are at a natural 6500k
    Screen only adjusts for tilt, not height, works in my set up OK

    I’m not sure who sets the colour balance at the Samsung factory but I suspect he needs to see an optician. Out of the box the balance is ridiculously warm with way too much green. This can be tamed somewhat with the colour channel settings, but I’ve found it impossible to get a pure brilliant 6500k white point. This appears to be a function of the screen…

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  5. dayokay

    I don’t play graphics intensive games, so I can’t comment on that. I bought this instead of buying two monitors for my ‘usual’ set-up, and I am very happy with my purchase! My PC is quite old, and I had to buy a new graphics card to support this, but it was long overdue (MSI NVIDIA GEFORCE GT 710 £45) anyway.

    That said, I played Half-Life 2 for the firts time in years, and it looks brilliant to me, but that’s probably my age.

    really excellent value I would say

    Dale

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  6. DoogleDoug

    The screen quality is excellent! It took a minute to set up as this monitor, as it doesn’t seem to auto-detect how it’s connected to the source, it defaults to DisplayPort so it wasn’t quite plug and play. I had to change it’s input to HDMI. The interface was a bit fiddly with a mini joystick type button behind the bottom right corner of the screen, however once I did that, then it worked perfectly! What a display wow

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  7. Gabor

    Really good value for money monitor. It’s ultrawide QHD makes it nice too look at. 75HZ is also a good step up in terms of gaming pace, and my GPU can match this framerate easily so is really smooth.

    Note – has no built in speaker (not clearly stated in add) – and is misleading because of the audio port on the monitor where you can plug in headphones.

    colour wise is not as good as an IPS panel, and coming from IPS panel, I initially found this monitor colours a bit washed out – however in time the eyes get used to it, and it’s okay.

    Given this is a popular monitor, I recommend searching online for a colour profile (found some on reddit, that had the colour profile file, and raw monitor values for brightness, contrast etc) – once I used that (obviously won’t be 100% due to manufacturing differences) the monitor came alive so to say.

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  8. D

    I couldn’t even try to use this monitor on arrival due to the unbelievably bad interface board installation.
    No Quality assurance happening at Samsung !

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