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Man at first the look ill have to guve a 10 ,but coming to me with issues ,screen blacking out when trying to change inputs was annoying, and eve assured us that the update was coming for several things ,and they deliveried .... and since then 10 out of 10 for me keep striving to be the best , ive been telling quite a bit of ppl about your product one of my friends ordered one , and is waiting on shipping fully paid , and got another friend on the hook getting ready to buy so im a great product tester... if you need one .... thanks again eve ......
Lets set one thing clear. Before owning a Spectrum 4k Monitor. I've always had FHD 240HZ monitors. With that being said, the dramatic difference in picture quality is mesmerizing. I love my Spectrum monitor and it does make it a little difficult to use anything else. I am aware, that certainly there could be better monitors out there, but I have little to no complaints on my EVE Spectrum 4K. It is a superb display and at the time, the price was unmet by competitors. Regardless of whats out there now, I couldn't be more satisfied, a great investment and hopefully EVE continues to set a new trend in the space.
I have a 2 monitor setup with EVE as my main monitor. My previous 1st monitor is now my 2nd and, compared to the other one, it's obvious the difference in the resolution, the gamut and the "brigthness" or color vivacity. A leap similar to wearing the same glasses for years and graduating your sight again. Rediscover a world of resolution and color.
The only "bad" thing I noticed is that it takes a while until it gets power to turn on the monitor and that it gets a bit "dumb" when unplugging/plugging different input sources. But it works perfectly in all respects. I use it both for gaming and coding and it's awesome.
I am very happy with it and wonder when I will be able to "grade" my setup again to improve it and get the most out of this monitor.
While I'm not a professional reviewer who can speak on DCIP color spectrums I am able to enable HDR-400 144Hz G-Sync and 4k resolution it can be a little slow to switch modes and on dark backgrounds the local dimming is weird showing a bit of a glow that can be moved around with the mouse on all black backgrounds (grey or lighter backgrounds this doesn't happen). Updating the firmware was easy enough. I hope a new version keeps the same specs but adds more local dimming zones and higher peak brightness to reach an HDR-1000 spec rating. Some backlight bleed on the bottom left corner.