Philips Brilliance 328P6VJEB - 31.5" 4K monitor

We see more and more screens with a UHD resolution, also known as 4K. The first generations of screens were mainly tn panels. Fine screens, but not ideal for image editing. Fortunately, there is more choice these days. The Philips Brilliance 328P6VJEB, for example, is a display with an MVA panel.

Philips Brilliance 328P6VJEB



€ 700,-


31.5 inch mva panel (3840 x 2160)

Measured brightness

275.8 cd/m²

Measured contrast ratio


Viewing angle (hor./ver.)

178° (hor.) / 178° (ver.)

Refresh rate



VGA, DVI, HDMI, Displayport, 4x USB 3.0, 3.5mm audio in, 3.5mm audio out



Height adjustable foot

Yes, 18 cm

Swivel, Tilt and Swivel

Yes Yes Yes

Energy consumption

46.3W standard, 29.8W calibrated

Dimensions with foot

74.2 x 27 x 47.7 to 65.7 cm

Website 9 Score 90

  • Pros
  • Very good color reproduction
  • High Contrast
  • 31.5 inches with uhd resolution
  • Adjustable in height
  • All desirable connections
  • Negatives
  • Price
  • no hdr
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Screens with a UHD resolution have a whopping 3840 by 2160 pixels. This makes the image razor-sharp. It also offers a lot of work space on your screen. The high resolution also comes with a drawback: the high pixel density makes everything very small and for some users even unreadable small. Windows 10 fixes this by default by resizing text, apps, and other items to 150 percent. That's fine in itself, but you won't get everything out of the UHD resolution because of this. We think the screen diagonal of a UHD screen is the most important, the larger the better (because it is also more readable). The Philips 328P6VJEB has a diagonal of 31.5 inches, so the pixel density is more than 139 ppi. This is a fairly high pixel density, but not too high. The screen is razor sharp and still legible.

Wide color range

The Philips 328P6VJEB has a so-called 'wide gamut' color range and a color depth of 10 bits. The color range, also called color gamut, is the palette of colors that a screen uses. The larger the color space, the more different colors can be displayed. The color range is expressed in sRGB or NTSC. With the 328P6VJEB, the sRGB color range is at the maximum achievable, 100 percent. If we look at NTSC, we measure 87 percent. This is very good, standard screens are at 72 to 75 percent.

The color depth indicates how many colors a pixel can display, this screen is 10 bits and can therefore display 1.07 billion colors. The screen is already calibrated from the factory, the calibration report is included. Directly out of the box, the screen has a color deviation with a delta-E value of 1. That is very good, so calibration yourself is not necessary in principle. Because an MVA panel is used, not only is the color reproduction good, but also the contrast. We measure a standard value of 1170:1. In addition, the black is really black, as standard we measure a black value of 0.24 cd/m².


The Philips 328P6VJEB is an excellent screen. If you search the web shops, you can find it for less than 700 euros. That's still a lot of money, but compared to the competition it's not that bad. Due to the very good color reproduction, UHD resolution, the large color range and the high contrast, the screen is definitely recommended for image editing.

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