Monitor audio in high-definition (HD) is the best way to experience the best content on the most powerful 4K displays.
With 4K HDR video being available in the next few years, many are expecting to have high-quality 4K audio on their TVs.
But the best audio is only available on the cheapest 4K monitors, according to an article on the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) website.
“If you’re buying a 4K monitor, you’re going to get the best quality,” said S. V. Krishnan, head of content for the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
“But you’ll also get the lowest price.”
While 4K is becoming increasingly affordable, not everyone has the funds to buy a 4,000-plus-euro ($4,800) HDR monitor.
For that reason, many 4K-focused enthusiasts are opting for cheap monitors like the Asus BQ280QH and Samsung E2870.
For this guide, we’ve broken down the best monitors to buy, including price and performance specs, so you can find the best 4K speakers for you.
Asus BX2727-LED 3D Monitor This 27-inch IPS LED 3D monitor has a resolution of 2840 x 1440 pixels, a resolution you’d typically find on TVs with 1920 x 1080 pixels, or more commonly known as 4K, for those with a 4k HDR TV.
It has a built-in DVI-D port, HDMI port, and USB-C port for connecting external devices.
Asus says it can play 4K content at up to 30 frames per second, which is more than enough to play 4k games.
But because the display isn’t 4K yet, you won’t see HDR content.
The BX 2727-LE monitor is available in five different colors.
The cheapest is a black one that comes in at $199.
The one you’ll want to get is the Black.
It is available for $249.
The more expensive Black has an additional port that supports DVI, HDMI, and an audio jack.
That’s a great way to connect a 4G phone or other device, but you’ll need a bigger screen if you want to play HDR content with 4k audio.
Asus also has the BQ2870-LED monitor, which has a panel resolution of 2560 x 1440, and it’s available for a higher price.
The Black version comes in for $299.00, while the Black + Blue version comes with an extra USB-A port and a HDMI port.
It’s also a bit more expensive, but the Black version has a lower price tag, at $219.99.
The Asus B Q2870 3D LED Monitor The BQ2727 is also available for under $300.
You can pick it up for $329.99, or you can get the Black edition for $379.99 (a full $100 more than the BX).
It has the same resolution, but it’s a bit smaller, at 2680 x 1440.
It also has a slightly more expensive design, with a black frame and a glossy finish.
It comes with HDMI 2.0 support, a DVI port, an HDMI to VGA port, a USB-B port, two USB 3.0 ports, and a headphone jack.
However, if you plan on connecting your smartphone or other external device to the monitor, the audio quality will be limited.
For the price of a $200 monitor, it’s hard to justify paying more than $100 for the same quality.
You could buy a cheaper BQ monitor for the money, but at this point, it might not be worth it for 4K gaming.
For comparison, the B Q2727 can play games at 60 frames per minute, or 720p at 30 frames a second.
You’d need a 4.7-inch screen for that to be a viable option, and you’d need an HDR-ready TV to make it worth your while.
LG 34UM54A-LED Monitor LG has announced it’s making a 4-K monitor for $399.99 for the 34UM series.
The 34UM has a 1,920 x 1,080 panel, a 1920 x 1200 resolution, and supports HDR at 60fps.
You’ll need to buy the 34U1K, 34U2K, and 34U4K models, or pick up a 34UM1K.
The 32UM2K has a 4″ 4K screen, a 1.85 million dot resolution, an RGB color gamut, and support for HDR.
You won’t be able to play games with 4-k audio, but 4K movies will be supported, as long as you have a compatible HDR-enabled TV.
LG also announced it has added 4K video streaming and HDR