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Updated April 23, 2024·

If you prioritize a traditional 16:9 aspect ratio with a higher resolution for detailed work and crisp image quality, the Innocn 32M2V with its miniLED backlight and 4K resolution is a strong choice, especially for tasks like digital photo editing where color accuracy matters. For an immersive gaming and media experience with deeper blacks and outstanding contrast, the Philips 34M2C8600 shines with its ultrawide screen and QD-OLED technology, making it exceptional for HDR gaming and video editing. Keep in mind, however, that the Philips has a lower pixel density and might not be as sharp for text-heavy tasks compared to the Innocn. Give Feedback

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Advantages of the Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED)
  • Best in class for productivity
  • Good text clarity
Advantages of the Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED)
  • Best in class for casual gaming
  • Best in class for media consumption
  • Good refresh rate
  • Best in class contrast
  • Best in class brightness
  • Best in class color volume
  • Best in class response time

Key differences

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Casual Gaming

7.6
32M2V
34M2C8600
9.9
3840 x 2160
RESOLUTION
3440 x 1440
144Hz
REFRESH RATE
175Hz
1000:1
NATIVE CONTRAST
Inf:1
600 nits
SDR PEAK BRIGHTNESS
1000 nits
1200 nits
HDR PEAK BRIGHTNESS
Unknown
99.0 %
DCI-P3 COLOR GAMUT
99.3 %
Matte
COATING
Matte
The Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED) is best in class for casual gaming, while the Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED) is good.

Competitive Gaming

4.6
32M2V
34M2C8600
5.8
144Hz
REFRESH RATE
175Hz
8.3 ms
TOTAL RESPONSE TIME
0.1 ms
48 - 144 Hz
VARIABLE REFRESH RATE
48 - 175 Hz
No
STROBING / BFI
No
600 nits
SDR PEAK BRIGHTNESS
1000 nits
The Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED) and Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED) are both poor for competitive gaming, though the Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED) is somewhat better.

Productivity

9.7
32M2V
34M2C8600
5.9
3840 x 2160
RESOLUTION
3440 x 1440
139 PPI
PIXELS PER INCH
109 PPI
Yes
ADJUSTABLE STAND
Yes
Matte
COATING
Matte
The Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED) is best in class for productivity, while the Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED) is poor.

Media Consumption

7.8
32M2V
34M2C8600
9.8
3840 x 2160
RESOLUTION
3440 x 1440
1000:1
NATIVE CONTRAST
Inf:1
600 nits
SDR PEAK BRIGHTNESS
1000 nits
1200 nits
HDR PEAK BRIGHTNESS
Unknown
Matte
COATING
Matte
The Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED) is best in class for media consumption, while the Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED) is good.

HDR Video Editing and Color Grading

No
32M2V
34M2C8600
Yes
The Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED) is not suitable for HDR video editing and color grading while the Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED) is suitable for HDR video editing and color grading.

Key similarities

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Cost

$800
32M2V
34M2C8600
$800
Product imageProduct image

$400

$600

$800

$1,000

$1,200

The Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED) has a price of $800 and the Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED) costs $800.

HDR Gaming and Media Consumption

Yes
32M2V
34M2C8600
Yes
Both the Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED) and Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED) are suitable for HDR gaming and media consumption.

Digital Photo Editing

Yes
32M2V
34M2C8600
Yes
Both the Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED) and Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED) are suitable for digital photo editing.

Print Photo Editing

Yes
32M2V
34M2C8600
Yes
Both the Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED) and Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED) are suitable for print photo editing.

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How the Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED) and the Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED) compare to other monitors

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Spec Comparison

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Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED)Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED)
Innocn 32M2V (IPS MiniLED)Phillips 34M2C8600 (QD-OLED)

GENERAL

Price
$800
$800
Screen Size
32"34"
Resolution
3840 x 21603440 x 1440
Screen Type
MiniLEDOLED
Screen Sub-type
IPSQD-OLED
Local Dimming Zones
1152N/A

COLOR, CONTRAST & BRIGHTNESS

Native Contrast
1000:1Inf:1
SDR Peak Brightness
600 nits1000 nits
HDR Peak Brightness
1200 nitsUnknown
Suitable for HDR Gaming and Media Consumption
YesYes
sRGB Color Gamut
100 %148.8 %

MOTION CHARACTERISTICS

Total Response Time
8.3 ms0.1 ms
Variable Refresh Rate
48 - 144 Hz48 - 175 Hz
Strobing / BFI
NoNo
Persistence Blur Score
6.6/107.2/10
Ghosting Score
7.5/1010/10

TEXT & IMAGE CLARITY

Pixels Per Inch
139 PPI109 PPI
Coating
MatteMatte
Text Clarity Score
7.9/106.6/10
Image Clarity Score
7.9/107/10

PORTS & CONNECTIVITY

HDMI 1.4 Ports
00
HDMI 2.0 Ports
02
HDMI 2.1 Ports
20
Micro HDMI Ports
00
DisplayPort 1.2 Ports
00

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Display Ninja

Rob Shafer | January 2024
"Whlie not perfect, the Innocn 32M2V is an excellent HDR gaming monitor if you want a 32″ 4K high refresh rate display – just make sure you’re familiar with all its flaws. If you’ve been waiting for a 32″ 4K high refresh rate gaming monitor with proper HDR support, the Innocn 32M2V is the first model available at a reasonable price."

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