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LG - 27UK600-W 27" IPS LED 4K UHD FreeSync Monitor - Gray/White-Front_Standard
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  • Q: Does this monitor come with built in speakers?  (4 Answers)

    By Landen 

    • Best answerThe 27UK600 does not have built-in speakers. ^CP

      By LGAnswers 

      • LG Representative
  • Q: Is this monitor HDMI 2.0 compatible?  (2 Answers)

    By Landen 

    • Best answerI checked out there manual it’s like their other 4K monitor. In order to use hdmi 2.0 you have to go into settings and enable ultra deep color for the hdmi port.

      By Archibald 

    • Best answerI just purchased this monitor yesterday and one of the reasons is that the tag under it said 75hz. I see that BestBuy has been aware of this mistake for at least 8 months due to this comment thread but are still marketing it as 75hz. That's just wrong...

      By BrianO 

      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member
  • Q: Can this monitor max out the Xbox one x settings ??  (3 Answers)

    By Gcantrell34 

    • Best answerThe 27UK600-W has a maximum resolution of 3840 x 2160. It has a refresh rate of 60Hz. The 27UK600-W supports HDR and it has Freesync technology. It has 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 resolution which provides outstanding detail that's ideal for watching high-resolution videos and playing games with settings maxed out. We hope this information helps. ^CP

      By LGAnswers 

      • LG Representative
    • Best answerThe checkbox in your Xbox One X for YCC 4:2:2 is for the Chroma Sampling which is a type of compression that reduces the color information in a signal in favor of luminance data. (YCC is YCbCr)This reduces the bandwidth without significantly affecting the picture quality. You may be familiar or have seen a Chroma Sampling of 4:4:4. A signal with a Chroma Sampling of 4:4:4 has no compression and it will transport both luminance and color data. Chroma 4:2:2, on the other hand, is a 4 x 2 array of pixels and has half the Chroma of 4:4:4. The 4:2:2 signal will have half the sampling rate horizontally, but will maintain full sampling vertically.In video games, while some PC games that have a strong focus on text might suffer from using chroma subsampling, most of them are either designed with it in mind or implement it within the game engine. Most gamers should therefore not worry about it. Unless checked, your gaming console will be outputting at 4:4:4, with zero compression and 8-bit displays are able to handle this and will receive the full beauty of the signal. Where 4:2:2 comes into play with your gaming console is using it for Blu-Ray support and gaming on displays that are true HDR10. For HDR gaming, simply turn on HDMI Ultra HD Deep Color for the HDMI port that you connect your gaming console to on the LG 27" Class 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor with HDR 10 (27" Diagonal), Model # 27UK600-W and select HDR Game in the Picture Mode settings. With regards to RGB Full or Limited, 'Limited' refers to the values being 'limited' to 16-235 and not the Full 0-255 scale. With TV and Movies, it leaves them untouched because they are already in the 16-235 range. RGB Full will display video games and other 0-255 content at the correct 0-255 range. You should always use the RGB Limited setting with a TV. PCs are different and use a range from 0-255. There is no data below 0 or above 255 with an 8-bit video signal as there are only 256 possible values. When you play a video game, it will convert the 0-255 range to the 16-235 range. If it did not do this, shadow and highlights would be pure black or pure white, and the image will look off. You aren’t losing anything by using RGB Limited, but if you use RGB Full with a TV you are losing details. On a computer monitor, you use the opposite approach. RGB Full will display video games and other 0-255 content at the correct 0-255 range. TV, Movies and other video range content expand to use the full 0-255 range of a computer display. If you use RGB limited instead, shadows will be gray instead of black and highlights will be dull. You will not take full advantage of the dynamic range of the PC monitor and content will have a washed-out look...^IFV

      By LGAnswers 

      • LG Representative
  • Q: Is this monitor mac compatible?  (2 Answers)

    By Tracy 

    • Best answerYes it is. I have 2 of them connected to my MacBook Pro.

      By YoShaunO 

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      • My Best Buy® Elite Member
    • Best answerFirst and foremost, why are you attempting to use a game system that doesn't support display port nor have it integrated? The LG monitor has 2 HDMI ports available for use so you could have a game console and a display port capable PC hooked up at the same time. It's 100% NOT the LG monitor or drivers whatsoever. Unless its a display port out to HDMI in you would need a signal conversion kit. (HDMI or DVI to DisplayPort Active Converter). The reason a normal adapter or regular HDMI to DP cable won't work is due to the signals not being processed the correct way. A display port ++ has the converter chip already integrated, but normally monitors don't include them since it would increase the cost of the product. The alternative and better solution is to include both an HDMI port and display port for separate use.

      By Ark1 

      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus Member
  • Q: Can this monitor be dual mounted on a single stand? if so what stand model will it fit with? Thanks  (3 Answers)

    By Firedril 

    • Best answerThe 27UK600-W is compatible with mounts that use the VESA pattern 100 x 100. ^CP

      By LGAnswers 

      • LG Representative
  • Q: This monitor is HDR10  (3 Answers)

    By Oliver 

    • Best answerYes this monitor supports HDR10. ^CP

      By LGAnswers 

      • LG Representative
  • Q: Does this support a regular PS4?  (2 Answers)

    By Martin 

    • Best answerThe LG 27" Class 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor with HDR 10 (27" Diagonal), Model # 27UK600-W has 2 x HDMI ports on it that you can connect external devices, such as your PS4, that have an HDMI Output port to connect to. ^CP

      By LGAnswers 

      • LG Representative

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