DGM IPS-2701WPH LCD Monitor
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- 27" H-IPS Panel (W-LED Backlight)
- Preset Scene mode: Standard, Text, game, Movie
- Native 2560 x 1440 resolution can easily support true 1080 HD content
- 27" screen size makes for an all-in-one multimedia screen
- Panels are top-end A+ rated from LG LM270WQ1-SDE3
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The IPS-2701WPH is one of the new range of monitors from DGM, specialists in the field.
- Panel Size 27 inch Diagonal
- Wide-screen WQHD Resolution 2560 x 1440 Pixels
- 27" H-IPS Panel (W-LED Backlight)
- Aspect Ratio 16:9
- Pixel Pitch 0.2331(H) x 0.2331(V) mm
- Display Colours 16.7M (8-bit)
- Colour Gamut: Standard gamut, sRGB (77% NTSC, 77.2% Adobe RGB, 99.9% sRGB)
- Panel Coating Glossy
- Brightness (Typ.) 350cd/m2
- Contrast ratio (Typ.) 1000:1
- Dynamic Contrast Ratio (Typ.) 80,000:1
- H/V frequency H:30-88.7KHz V:60-75Hz
- Response Time 6ms G2G
- High Viewing Angles 178°/178°
- OSD Language: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch - Analogue and Digital Audio input - 1 x VGA (D-sub) Socket - 1 x DVI Socket - 1 x HDMI Socket - 1 x DP (Display Port) with HDCP support - Built in Stereo Speaker - Wall Mount VESA 100 x 100 - Ergonomics: Tilt - Power Supply Adapter (AC in 100~240V 50/60Hz; DC out 24V-6A) < - Power Consumption <120W, Standby 1.5W - Gross Weight: 10.3kg - Net Weight: 7.6kg with stand - Carton Dimension: (W*H*D) 720 x 510 x 130 mm - Monitor Dimension: (W*H*D) 645 x 467 x 172 mm - Monitor Dimension: (W*H*D with stand ) 645 x 487 x 172 mm What's In The Box - DGM IPS-2701WPH Monitor, DVI-D (Dual Link) Cable, Power Cable, Adapter, Audio Cable, VGA Cable, Manual, Warranty Book - Manufacurer Part IPS-2701WPH-PB01E61 - EAN 4897019074650 - Certificate CE, RoHS
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Top Customer Reviews
After a few months the power board blew on the back of the screen which came as a bit of a surprise. I sent it off to DGM to get it repaired but when I got it back I noticed that the fault had caused additional damage to the screen. I now have dead pixels dotted around and a dead pixel cluster near the centre of the screen. To my disappointment DGM told me they are unwilling to help me because I cant prove the damage was caused by the power board blowing and I was also told that under so and so policy pixels aren't covered under warranty which in my view leaves me with a defective product through no fault of my own.
I also found the customer service staff rude, unreliable and generally unprofessional.
I was cautious buying this product due to the price and not knowing who DGM were but I decided to risk it, unfortunately.
I asked what cables come with the monitor before I bought but the language barrier gave me an ambiguous answer. I can confirm that included with the monitor are the following:
- DVI cable which IS dual link
- VGA cable
- 3.5mm stereo jack audio cable
- power brick with UK adapter
- Obviously also the monitor and attached stand
A lot of people on the internet were unimpressed by the stand on this but I'm completely happy with it. It's not the sturdiest stand ever (SEE UPDATE 17 MONTHS ON BELOW), and no it doesn't swivel 360 degrees in any direction, but it does the job well if you only plan on using it in landscape like I do, and it looks nice too. It has a vesa mount thingy on the back anyway if you want to spend extra money on a nicer stand.
It works well with my xbox 360 over HDMI (not the newest model) It is best at 720p resolution as this is just quadrupling pixels, rather than weird scaling with 1080p. Also it could be just in my head but it seems to be ever so slightly quicker to respond when played at 720p with xbox games.
VGA works great with my thinkpad... not much to say there.
Speakers are absolutely horrendous, but that's no reason to be put off. My macbook pro speakers are 10 times better, let alone any real speakers. Just turn the volume down to 0 and connect your pc aux out to some speakers. You can get audio adapters for xbox as well.Read more ›
The stand is very wobbly and before I sent it back I was in constant trepidation that it might keel over or break.
Very annoying position of buttons -- bottom edge of panel.
But the worst thing is that the power supply blew up with a huge bang!
No response from DGM when I asked for a replacement power supply -- I was totally ignored. After reading another review maybe it was actually the power system inside the monitor and they may have suspected that -- hence no response.
Play were happy to send a courier to collect and issue a refund (didn't get it on this site).
So, you take quite a risk when buying this one.
The panel is very nice - confirmed that it's an LG panel by viewing the factory menu (hold the menu button as you power on the monitor). Very crisp, lovely colours. We're having some problems with image persistence (like burn-in, but temporary), but only in Diablo III for some reason. Other applications that are open for hours at a time (Ableton Live, GIMP) aren't having any effect. The images that persist are also very flickery which is concerning, but they do fade after a few minutes. I'll update this review if they become more of a problem.
One thing that's worth checking is that the device you intend to connect this monitor to supports 2560x1440. We discovered on delivery that our motherboard only supports 1440p over HDMI, while the monitor only accepts a 1440p signal over DVI or displayport. This is slightly odd since HDMI 1.4 is more than capable of 1440p @ 60Hz, but seems to be common to several 1440p monitors.
Overall this is a good monitor for the price - you're getting an LG panel in a budget housing, and I haven't seen anything else anywhere close to this price.
UPDATE: after adding a small graphics card to the system (Sapphire R7 260X; was previously running of Intel HD 4600) we no longer have any problems with burn in/image retention on this screen. So now we have no complaints whatsoever; excellent image quality for the price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had it for about 18 months, brilliant monitor, use it for gaming and work, never had an issuePublished 1 month ago by Bryan
The screen panel is good, but everything else sucks...
I bought two of these from Overclockers UK and totally regret it. Read more
After using the screen for two months I can say that the quality of the LCD panel is impressive, vivid colours, very bright, high contrast and no ghost effect on movement images. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Caja Madrid
The first monitor DGM sent me did not work. The power supply light was on but the screen was completely dead. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Mr. Marky Mark
The ips panel itself I cannot fault, it uses an LG panel which I can only describe as beautiful. The colour replication, viewing angles, quality of images and the resolution of... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Robert Fraser
I bought this item to use as an external monitor to an Apple iMac 27" (which shares the same screen size and resolution) and for an Apple MacBook Pro. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Richard
Bought this from OverClockers UK, definitely worth the buy. Absolutely gorgeous screen, pretty good quality plastic. A bit of a wobbly base but really easy to solve that.Published 23 months ago by Fares K. Alaboud
Screen is much better and brighter than the I mac 27" screen it's next to.
No dead pixels
Screen quality is very good. Read more