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LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor
LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor
LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor
LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor
LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor
LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor
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LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor

LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor
LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor
LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor
LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor
LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor
LG 34UM61-P 34" UltraWide Full HD IPS Monitor
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Features

  • Resolution : 2560 x 1080

Description

The UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio makes games and movies more immersive than ever. The clarity of 1080p pixel Full HD resolution with IPS is a game-changer. Simply put, from any viewing angle, everything looks more crisp and detailed in Full HD. With FreeSync, gamers can experience seamless, fluid movement throughout games without the need to upgrade your graphics card. With over 99% coverage of the sRGB spectrum, this LG monitor is a great solution for professional photographers, graphic designers or anyone looking for highly accurate color. Set your game mode to optimize and customize your gaming conditions.


Standing screen display size 34 Inches


Screen Resolution 2560 x 1080 WFHD


Max Screen Resolution 2560 x 1080 IPS Full HD


Brand LG


Series 34UM61-P


Item model number 34UM61-P


Item Weight 13.4 pounds


Product Dimensions 32.6 x 1.7 x 14.6 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 32.6 x 1.7 x 14.6 inches


Manufacturer LG


ASIN B072JBB3YG


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available April 6, 2016


ASIN B072JBB3YG


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 20 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #152,782 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #3,153 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available April 6, 2016


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Features

  • Resolution : 2560 x 1080

Description

The UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio makes games and movies more immersive than ever. The clarity of 1080p pixel Full HD resolution with IPS is a game-changer. Simply put, from any viewing angle, everything looks more crisp and detailed in Full HD. With FreeSync, gamers can experience seamless, fluid movement throughout games without the need to upgrade your graphics card. With over 99% coverage of the sRGB spectrum, this LG monitor is a great solution for professional photographers, graphic designers or anyone looking for highly accurate color. Set your game mode to optimize and customize your gaming conditions.


Standing screen display size 34 Inches


Screen Resolution 2560 x 1080 WFHD


Max Screen Resolution 2560 x 1080 IPS Full HD


Brand LG


Series 34UM61-P


Item model number 34UM61-P


Item Weight 13.4 pounds


Product Dimensions 32.6 x 1.7 x 14.6 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 32.6 x 1.7 x 14.6 inches


Manufacturer LG


ASIN B072JBB3YG


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available April 6, 2016


ASIN B072JBB3YG


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 20 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #152,782 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #3,153 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available April 6, 2016


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • Resolution : 2560 x 1080

Description

The UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio makes games and movies more immersive than ever. The clarity of 1080p pixel Full HD resolution with IPS is a game-changer. Simply put, from any viewing angle, everything looks more crisp and detailed in Full HD. With FreeSync, gamers can experience seamless, fluid movement throughout games without the need to upgrade your graphics card. With over 99% coverage of the sRGB spectrum, this LG monitor is a great solution for professional photographers, graphic designers or anyone looking for highly accurate color. Set your game mode to optimize and customize your gaming conditions.


Standing screen display size 34 Inches


Screen Resolution 2560 x 1080 WFHD


Max Screen Resolution 2560 x 1080 IPS Full HD


Brand LG


Series 34UM61-P


Item model number 34UM61-P


Item Weight 13.4 pounds


Product Dimensions 32.6 x 1.7 x 14.6 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 32.6 x 1.7 x 14.6 inches


Manufacturer LG


ASIN B072JBB3YG


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available April 6, 2016


ASIN B072JBB3YG


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 20 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #152,782 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #3,153 in Computer Monitors


Date First Available April 6, 2016


abunda_amazon_reviews Like everything except the stupid tiny joystick on the bottom to get to and control the menu. What a pain. Has two HDMI inputs (only one can be used at a time) and switching back and forth is a pain, should be one button just for that.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Like everything except the stupid tiny joystick on the bottom ...;;Richard Brown;;;Needs curve;;Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Needs curve;;TechGuy;;;Great monitor. Giant and awesome.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Awesome;;Kendra Nuth;;;this is really great the colors and quality is amazing;;Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;best monitor;;adam;;;I purchased this at Costco for $279 + tax, so please pardon the lack of "Verified Purchase" on this review. I recently acquired a 2017 MacBook Pro from my company, for my home office. With it came a docking station that I was going to plug two monitors into. Upon researching what capabilities my workstation has while connected through the docking station, I discovered that Apple has not implemented a technology called "MST hub" within MacOS. This means that unless I want to have a bunch of USB-C dongles sticking out of my computer, I can only use one external monitor over the dock's HDMI or DisplayPort. Well, I like the idea of a docking station because it should just be one cable to unplug, so you can grab and go. When faced with this limitation, I started researching Ultrawide and 4K monitors, only to find that many of them are still way overpriced for what you really get. Working in the IT field, I have purchased dozens of LG displays, and their lower-end ones are definitely subpar panels with splotchy backlights that wash out at slight angles, and have a general murkiness to them. I was impressed by the decent quality of this panel at Costco, but decided to hold off until I was sure I wanted to go the Ultrawide route. After Costco dropped the price to $279, I decided to give this one a try. Setting the display up is a breeze. You screw the stand into the base, then click all that into the VESA-compatible bracket on the rear. It has two HDMI inputs, so you could use it with a gaming system, or even a second computer. Since I have a Mac, I elected to not bother with the LG software that does special modes like Picture in Picture, or running as two separate displays. I use it mainly as an Ultrawide display for the Windows PC I remote into at the office. The retina to non-retina back and forth between my Mac and the display does not bother me as much as it might other people, as I had a similar setup in the past. Cons are few, and somewhat nit picky. The first one is definitely the wobbling and shaking other reviewers have mentioned. Even with a little nudge of the desk, the monitor wobbles noticeably. Several competing Ultrawide displays have stands that are 6-8 inches from the base all the way to the back of the display. I would suggest that LG work on a beefier stand for this monitor, as there is only so much use you can get out of form over function. Another con - my MacBook's display backlight is brighter than this display, so it takes a little getting used to. And finally, the monitor doesn't seem to be able to deliver sound over HDMI, whether it is plugged into my docking station or directly into the computer, as I tested with my old 2013 MacBook Pro. It shows up as an audio output device (over HDMI when directly plugged in, and DisplayPort when going through the dock), but no audio is heard even when the speakers are turned all the way up. I've plugged in standard TV's to my Macs over HDMI, and they've correctly output over HDMI when asked to. I'm not really sure what the speakers and headphone jack are there for, if HDMI audio doesn't work. The built-in speakers are not a deal breaker for me, I just thought they might sound a bit better than the ones in my laptop. So in summation, I can recommend this for a no-frills 34 inch Ultrawide on a budget. If you're looking for something with more features, like DisplayPort connectivity, or working speakers, you might need to pay a little more for it.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Nice no-frills 34 inch Ultrawide display.;;Glamazon;;;Honestly coming from a standard 1920x1080 to this model is mind blowing. I purchased 2 of them from Costco since they had them on sale for $275 and for that price it's more than worth it. I use mine for video editing and protools, and the wonders a ultra wide screen does is flawless, not having to scroll to get to a certain spot speeds up and process. ** I tried a few games just for this review purpose and the refresh rates are great. ** if you are on a budget this monitor will do justice for you, some may not like that it isn't 1440 but if you looking for something that will get the job done look no further. I highly recommend the lg 34um61and will post pics of the current setup aswell as make a video review for comparison.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;** I tried a few games just for this review purpose and the refresh rates are great. ** if you are on a budget this ...;;Lupe;;;Purchased from Costco during Black Friday sale. I was looking to rearrange my home office and move from a normal desk to a garage workbench (6' long so perfect for having an "office space" and a Raspberry Pi/electronics workspace). Because of the expanded area, decided an ultra widescreen monitor would be useful. The monitor was ~$280 with the sale and worth it. As I run Linux, I can't use the special drivers included on the CD, so I don't know how the special features are. The monitor has two HDMI ports and one mini-RCA audio jack output. Video quality is very crisp, and the monitor has several picture modes to serve your needs, including reader (has a reddish tint to ease reading/writing), photo mode (higher contrast and "normal" whiteness), plus several others that I haven't used yet. It also has a custom mode for those who like to adjust things. The stand is pretty thin, in comparison to the screen size, so there is some wobbliness even with a stable desk. In addition, there is no elevation of the monitor stand, only forward/backward tilting and limited sideways tilting. If you want the monitor higher, you'll have to place it on something. While it looks like the monitor has built-in speakers due to ventilation grills, and because it has HDMI input, there are no built-in speakers, only the audio out jack. This is a disappointment but not a complete show-stopper. If you aren't using Windows, you'll probably have to work with your drivers to get the HDMI output working. (For what it's worth, I used pulseaudio --kill sudo alsa force-reload pulseaudio --start). Overall, it is a nice monitor and well worth the price. There are some disappointing factors, such as the lack of built-in speakers, but for the price I can't really complain too much. (Note: The LG is on the left, the desk in the picture is 6 feet long, and the monitor on the right is a 28" for comparison.);;Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;HDMI in, but only audio jack output;;crystalattice

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Richard Brown - Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2017
Like everything except the stupid tiny joystick on the bottom ...
Like everything except the stupid tiny joystick on the bottom to get to and control the menu. What a pain. Has two HDMI inputs (only one can be used at a time) and switching back and forth is a pain, should be one button just for that.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By TechGuy - Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2019
Needs curve
Needs curve

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kendra Nuth - Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2019
Awesome
Great monitor. Giant and awesome.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By adam - Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018
best monitor
this is really great the colors and quality is amazing

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Glamazon - Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2017
Nice no-frills 34 inch Ultrawide display.
I purchased this at Costco for $279 + tax, so please pardon the lack of "Verified Purchase" on this review. I recently acquired a 2017 MacBook Pro from my company, for my home office. With it came a docking station that I was going to plug two monitors into. Upon researching what capabilities my workstation has while connected through the docking station, I discovered that Apple has not implemented a technology called "MST hub" within MacOS. This means that unless I want to have a bunch of USB-C dongles sticking out of my computer, I can only use one external monitor over the dock's HDMI or DisplayPort. Well, I like the idea of a docking station because it should just be one cable to unplug, so you can grab and go. When faced with this limitation, I started researching Ultrawide and 4K monitors, only to find that many of them are still way overpriced for what you really get. Working in the IT field, I have purchased dozens of LG displays, and their lower-end ones are definitely subpar panels with splotchy backlights that wash out at slight angles, and have a general murkiness to them. I was impressed by the decent quality of this panel at Costco, but decided to hold off until I was sure I wanted to go the Ultrawide route. After Costco dropped the price to $279, I decided to give this one a try. Setting the display up is a breeze. You screw the stand into the base, then click all that into the VESA-compatible bracket on the rear. It has two HDMI inputs, so you could use it with a gaming system, or even a second computer. Since I have a Mac, I elected to not bother with the LG software that does special modes like Picture in Picture, or running as two separate displays. I use it mainly as an Ultrawide display for the Windows PC I remote into at the office. The retina to non-retina back and forth between my Mac and the display does not bother me as much as it might other people, as I had a similar setup in the past. Cons are few, and somewhat nit picky. The first one is definitely the wobbling and shaking other reviewers have mentioned. Even with a little nudge of the desk, the monitor wobbles noticeably. Several competing Ultrawide displays have stands that are 6-8 inches from the base all the way to the back of the display. I would suggest that LG work on a beefier stand for this monitor, as there is only so much use you can get out of form over function. Another con - my MacBook's display backlight is brighter than this display, so it takes a little getting used to. And finally, the monitor doesn't seem to be able to deliver sound over HDMI, whether it is plugged into my docking station or directly into the computer, as I tested with my old 2013 MacBook Pro. It shows up as an audio output device (over HDMI when directly plugged in, and DisplayPort when going through the dock), but no audio is heard even when the speakers are turned all the way up. I've plugged in standard TV's to my Macs over HDMI, and they've correctly output over HDMI when asked to. I'm not really sure what the speakers and headphone jack are there for, if HDMI audio doesn't work. The built-in speakers are not a deal breaker for me, I just thought they might sound a bit better than the ones in my laptop. So in summation, I can recommend this for a no-frills 34 inch Ultrawide on a budget. If you're looking for something with more features, like DisplayPort connectivity, or working speakers, you might need to pay a little more for it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Lupe - Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2017
** I tried a few games just for this review purpose and the refresh rates are great. ** if you are on a budget this ...
Honestly coming from a standard 1920x1080 to this model is mind blowing. I purchased 2 of them from Costco since they had them on sale for $275 and for that price it's more than worth it. I use mine for video editing and protools, and the wonders a ultra wide screen does is flawless, not having to scroll to get to a certain spot speeds up and process. ** I tried a few games just for this review purpose and the refresh rates are great. ** if you are on a budget this monitor will do justice for you, some may not like that it isn't 1440 but if you looking for something that will get the job done look no further. I highly recommend the lg 34um61and will post pics of the current setup aswell as make a video review for comparison.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By crystalattice - Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2017
HDMI in, but only audio jack output
Purchased from Costco during Black Friday sale. I was looking to rearrange my home office and move from a normal desk to a garage workbench (6' long so perfect for having an "office space" and a Raspberry Pi/electronics workspace). Because of the expanded area, decided an ultra widescreen monitor would be useful. The monitor was ~$280 with the sale and worth it. As I run Linux, I can't use the special drivers included on the CD, so I don't know how the special features are. The monitor has two HDMI ports and one mini-RCA audio jack output. Video quality is very crisp, and the monitor has several picture modes to serve your needs, including reader (has a reddish tint to ease reading/writing), photo mode (higher contrast and "normal" whiteness), plus several others that I haven't used yet. It also has a custom mode for those who like to adjust things. The stand is pretty thin, in comparison to the screen size, so there is some wobbliness even with a stable desk. In addition, there is no elevation of the monitor stand, only forward/backward tilting and limited sideways tilting. If you want the monitor higher, you'll have to place it on something. While it looks like the monitor has built-in speakers due to ventilation grills, and because it has HDMI input, there are no built-in speakers, only the audio out jack. This is a disappointment but not a complete show-stopper. If you aren't using Windows, you'll probably have to work with your drivers to get the HDMI output working. (For what it's worth, I used pulseaudio --kill sudo alsa force-reload pulseaudio --start). Overall, it is a nice monitor and well worth the price. There are some disappointing factors, such as the lack of built-in speakers, but for the price I can't really complain too much. (Note: The LG is on the left, the desk in the picture is 6 feet long, and the monitor on the right is a 28" for comparison.)

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Richard Brown - Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2017
Like everything except the stupid tiny joystick on the bottom ...
Like everything except the stupid tiny joystick on the bottom to get to and control the menu. What a pain. Has two HDMI inputs (only one can be used at a time) and switching back and forth is a pain, should be one button just for that.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By TechGuy - Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2019
Needs curve
Needs curve

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kendra Nuth - Reviewed in the United States on July 23, 2019
Awesome
Great monitor. Giant and awesome.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By adam - Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018
best monitor
this is really great the colors and quality is amazing

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Glamazon - Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2017
Nice no-frills 34 inch Ultrawide display.
I purchased this at Costco for $279 + tax, so please pardon the lack of "Verified Purchase" on this review. I recently acquired a 2017 MacBook Pro from my company, for my home office. With it came a docking station that I was going to plug two monitors into. Upon researching what capabilities my workstation has while connected through the docking station, I discovered that Apple has not implemented a technology called "MST hub" within MacOS. This means that unless I want to have a bunch of USB-C dongles sticking out of my computer, I can only use one external monitor over the dock's HDMI or DisplayPort. Well, I like the idea of a docking station because it should just be one cable to unplug, so you can grab and go. When faced with this limitation, I started researching Ultrawide and 4K monitors, only to find that many of them are still way overpriced for what you really get. Working in the IT field, I have purchased dozens of LG displays, and their lower-end ones are definitely subpar panels with splotchy backlights that wash out at slight angles, and have a general murkiness to them. I was impressed by the decent quality of this panel at Costco, but decided to hold off until I was sure I wanted to go the Ultrawide route. After Costco dropped the price to $279, I decided to give this one a try. Setting the display up is a breeze. You screw the stand into the base, then click all that into the VESA-compatible bracket on the rear. It has two HDMI inputs, so you could use it with a gaming system, or even a second computer. Since I have a Mac, I elected to not bother with the LG software that does special modes like Picture in Picture, or running as two separate displays. I use it mainly as an Ultrawide display for the Windows PC I remote into at the office. The retina to non-retina back and forth between my Mac and the display does not bother me as much as it might other people, as I had a similar setup in the past. Cons are few, and somewhat nit picky. The first one is definitely the wobbling and shaking other reviewers have mentioned. Even with a little nudge of the desk, the monitor wobbles noticeably. Several competing Ultrawide displays have stands that are 6-8 inches from the base all the way to the back of the display. I would suggest that LG work on a beefier stand for this monitor, as there is only so much use you can get out of form over function. Another con - my MacBook's display backlight is brighter than this display, so it takes a little getting used to. And finally, the monitor doesn't seem to be able to deliver sound over HDMI, whether it is plugged into my docking station or directly into the computer, as I tested with my old 2013 MacBook Pro. It shows up as an audio output device (over HDMI when directly plugged in, and DisplayPort when going through the dock), but no audio is heard even when the speakers are turned all the way up. I've plugged in standard TV's to my Macs over HDMI, and they've correctly output over HDMI when asked to. I'm not really sure what the speakers and headphone jack are there for, if HDMI audio doesn't work. The built-in speakers are not a deal breaker for me, I just thought they might sound a bit better than the ones in my laptop. So in summation, I can recommend this for a no-frills 34 inch Ultrawide on a budget. If you're looking for something with more features, like DisplayPort connectivity, or working speakers, you might need to pay a little more for it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Lupe - Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2017
** I tried a few games just for this review purpose and the refresh rates are great. ** if you are on a budget this ...
Honestly coming from a standard 1920x1080 to this model is mind blowing. I purchased 2 of them from Costco since they had them on sale for $275 and for that price it's more than worth it. I use mine for video editing and protools, and the wonders a ultra wide screen does is flawless, not having to scroll to get to a certain spot speeds up and process. ** I tried a few games just for this review purpose and the refresh rates are great. ** if you are on a budget this monitor will do justice for you, some may not like that it isn't 1440 but if you looking for something that will get the job done look no further. I highly recommend the lg 34um61and will post pics of the current setup aswell as make a video review for comparison.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By crystalattice - Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2017
HDMI in, but only audio jack output
Purchased from Costco during Black Friday sale. I was looking to rearrange my home office and move from a normal desk to a garage workbench (6' long so perfect for having an "office space" and a Raspberry Pi/electronics workspace). Because of the expanded area, decided an ultra widescreen monitor would be useful. The monitor was ~$280 with the sale and worth it. As I run Linux, I can't use the special drivers included on the CD, so I don't know how the special features are. The monitor has two HDMI ports and one mini-RCA audio jack output. Video quality is very crisp, and the monitor has several picture modes to serve your needs, including reader (has a reddish tint to ease reading/writing), photo mode (higher contrast and "normal" whiteness), plus several others that I haven't used yet. It also has a custom mode for those who like to adjust things. The stand is pretty thin, in comparison to the screen size, so there is some wobbliness even with a stable desk. In addition, there is no elevation of the monitor stand, only forward/backward tilting and limited sideways tilting. If you want the monitor higher, you'll have to place it on something. While it looks like the monitor has built-in speakers due to ventilation grills, and because it has HDMI input, there are no built-in speakers, only the audio out jack. This is a disappointment but not a complete show-stopper. If you aren't using Windows, you'll probably have to work with your drivers to get the HDMI output working. (For what it's worth, I used pulseaudio --kill sudo alsa force-reload pulseaudio --start). Overall, it is a nice monitor and well worth the price. There are some disappointing factors, such as the lack of built-in speakers, but for the price I can't really complain too much. (Note: The LG is on the left, the desk in the picture is 6 feet long, and the monitor on the right is a 28" for comparison.)