LG 49WL95C-W 49 Inch 32:9 UltraWide Dual QHD IPS Curved LED Monitor with HDR 10

  • 49" UltraWide 32:9 Dual QHD (5120 x 1440) Display
  • USB Type-C
  • HDR 10
  • 2 x 10W Stereo Speaker with Rich Bass
  • Ambient Light Sensor
  • Height/Tilt/ Swivel Adjustable Stand
LG 49WL95C-W 49 Inch 32:9 UltraWide Dual QHD IPS Curved LED Monitor with HDR 10
$ 1,399.99
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*For some Mac models with the Intel Graphic Card, the maximum resolution is not supported when USB-C is connected.
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* Stands and brackets for vertical mounting are not included in the package and must be purchased separately.


  • Screen Size
    49" Curved
    Panel Type
  • Color Gamut (Typ.)
    sRGB 99% (CIE1931)
    Color Depth(Number of Colors)
  • Pixel Pitch(mm)
    0.234(H) x 0.234(V)mm
    Response Time (GTG)
    5ms (GtG at Faster)
  • Refresh Rate
    Aspect Ratio
  • Resolution
    5120 x 1440
    350cd (typ) / 280cd (Min)
  • Contrast Ratio
    700:1 (Min.), 1000:1 (Typ.)
    Viewing Angle
    178o(R/L), 178o(U/D)
  • Surface Treatment
    Anti Glare, 3H


  • HDMI
    Yes x 2
    Yes x 1
  • USB Type-C
    Headphone Out
  • USB Down-stream


  • Type
    100-240Vac, 50/60Hz
  • DC Off (Max)
    < 0.3W
    Power Consumption (Typ.)


  • Color Weakness
    Dynamic Action Sync
  • Flicker Safe
    Smart Energy Saving
  • Reader Mode
    Super Resolution +
  • Color Calibrated
    Dual Controller
  • On Screen Control (OSC)
    PBP (Picture by Picture)
  • HDR (High Dynamic Range)
    Auto Brightness
  • HDR Effect


  • Speaker
    Speaker Type
  • Speaker Output


  • With Stand (WxHxD)
    47.8" x 21.4" x 12.1" (Up), 47.8" x 17.1" x 12.1" (Down)
    With Stand Weight
    33.5 lbs
  • Without Stand (WxHxD)
    47.8" x 14.4" x 4.5"
    Without Stand Weight
    27.8 lbs
  • Shipping Dimensions (WxHxD)
    52.4" x 11.7" x 19.3"
    Shipping Weight
    43.9 lbs


  • Display Position Adjustments


  • Wall Mount Size (mm)
    100 x 100 mm
    Display Port
  • HDMI
    USB Type-C
  • USB Type C to A Gender


  • Limited Warranty
    1 Year Parts & Labor

What people are saying

Rated 4 out of 5 by from LG 49WL95C-W At a very simple level, the product meets and sometimes exceeds expectations. It's a beautiful monitor and has totally changed the way I work and play. I'm a little disappointed with the software. Especally Dual Controller. I was hopeful the softeware would have the capability of managing two computers seemlessly. There seems to be conditions that prevent a user from using that software when using a personal computer with a computer that's tunneled into a company's vpn. That work computer is on your network but not really. At least that has been my experience. I'm hopeful to see updates to LGs software that makes it more robust in the very near future.
Date published: 2020-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best monitor I've owned I've had this monitor a month now an love it. The only thing I would change is that the button to change the screen options is on the back right side, which is hard to get to. A remote would be nice.
Date published: 2020-01-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Terrible Quality and Even WORSE Customer Service After two months of using this monitor, the right side of the screen went dim. After calling LG customer service and having a local service company look into the monitor, it was declared a "bad screen". It has been three months now and I still have not received a replacement or a fixed monitor. Three times now LG representatives/managers told me they would call back with a follow up and never called me back. Numerous mistakes and errors were made on their part and now the latest instructions from LG's customer service manager is that I need to start over and have another service company look at my monitor because the process the done incorrectly the first time (LG's error and monitor has already been proven defective). I own a small business and have lost time and productivity dealing with this monitor and LG's customer service.
Date published: 2019-12-03
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I would really like 2 of these. I have been poking around for stands and have not found anything that would support this monitor, especially in a dual set up. Can you tell us what stand was used for the dual stacked monitor set up in some of your advert

Asked by: Eman89
Regrettably, we do not have information for which Vertical Dual Monitor Stand was used for the LG 49WL95C-W 49 inch 32:9 UltraWide Dual QHD IPS Curved LED Monitor with HDR 10 in the images shown on its product page. The monitor has a VESA Wall Mount Interface Pattern of 100 x 100 mm. The monitor has a height of 14.4&quot; and a weight of 27.8 lbs. Amazon carries a variety of Vertical Dual Monitor Stands that are VESA compliant &amp; support the monitor's VESA Wall Mount Interface Pattern. You can check their specifications to see what monitor height they can accommodate and if they have a maximum weight limit. For example, one Vertical Dual Monitor Stand, the VIVO Dual Monitor Desk Stand Free-standing LCD mount, states that it fits 13&quot; to 30&quot; screens and holds two screens 13&rdquo; to 30&rdquo; in size and 22 lbs in weight (each) with 75x75mm or 100x100mm backside mounting holes...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2020-02-26

I have 2 PCs with these graphics cards: (1) Intel HD Graphics 620 w/ Thunderbolt 3 (2) NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660) Do both of these graphics card support this LG 49 inch monitor

Asked by: eggb
The LG 49WL95C-W 49 inch 32:9 UltraWide Dual QHD IPS Curved LED Monitor with HDR 10, Model # 49WL95C-W has a native 5120 x 1440 resolution and 60HYz refresh rate. It features 2 x HDMI ports, a DisplayPort, USB Type-C port for connectivity. YOu will need to visit the intel site and the Nvidia site to review the specifications for the graphics cards to see if they support the monitor's resolution &amp; refresh rate...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2020-02-11

What is the Difference between LG 49WL95C-W and 49BL95C-W? Which of these supports FREESYNC-II

Asked by: Iceman77
The LG 49'' 32:9 Curved UltraWide&trade; Dual QHD IPS Monitor with Dual Controls, USB Type-C&trade; &amp; Built-in Stereo Speakers has a higher contrast ratio than the LG 49WL95C-W 49 inch 32:9 UltraWide Dual QHD IPS Curved LED Monitor with HDR 10, and it supports 2PBP and 3PBP. The 49BL95C-W is the Business/Commercial version of the Consumer 49WL95C-W so it also has a different Limited Manufacturer's Warranty (3 Year Parts and Labor v 1 Year Parts &amp; Labor). Neither monitor supports FreeSync 2...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2020-01-28

The supplied cables are too short for my setup and the documentation says to only use the supplied cables. If third party cables are connected to the monitor could the monitor be damaged?

Asked by: bikerpilot
Unfortunately we cannot support the use of 3rd party cables as we cannot guarantee their compatibility or performance. Any issues caused by 3rd party cables would not be covered by our warranty.
Answered by: ChrisPSM
Date published: 2020-01-21

The Monitor works great but the USB-C cable is too short! I tried to call LG to get a 6' long one. The parts guys are not helpful and say I have to find one on e-bay or Walmart! No other cable works, including the belkin 5K Thunderbolt cable Apple sells.

Asked by: K M M
Major design flaw. My machine is basically within kicking range thanks to this. Not cool LG. I actually just use the HDMI and not display port which negates the 5k completely. I overpaid for this as a result. Very sad.
Answered by: TwaughtHammer
Date published: 2019-12-23

Has anyone been able to get full resolution (5120x1440) using a single cable with a Mac Pro (late 2013), trash can? I get a blurry, cropped screen at full resolution. 3840x1080 looks OK but I would like to use 5120x1440.

Asked by: great1
Here's the answer to your problems: &nbsp;go to URL&nbsp;www.madrau.com and get SwitchResX. &nbsp;I am running a Mac Book Pro 2019 and a Mac Book Pro 2016 using a LG49WL95C monitor in 5120 x 1444 resolution and it works great with SwitchResX installed. &nbsp; I'm not at all affiliated with SwitchResX but I'm one happy user! &nbsp;I wasted hours reading about the problems with the non-standard 5120 x 1444 resolution on a Mac due to the LG monitor not being registered in the Catalina graphics display table due to some weird arcane problem and looking for a solution. This solution works great!.
Answered by: LG fixer
Date published: 2019-12-23

In the Dual Controller 2.0 software, the diagram appears to have two separate monitors with two different devices to each monitor. &nbsp;Is it possible to have a PC on one monitor and a Mac on another monitor using 1 keyboard and mouse?

Asked by: Pete35
LG's Dual Controller feature lets you connect computers to your monitor and control both devices with just one keyboard and mouse. You just have to download the dual controller software to both devices you want to attach to the monitor. You will find dual controller software for Mac and dual controller software for Windows. It's essential you download the software for each device that you will be using. After the download is completed, connect both computers to the monitor. Dual can be used with HDMI, DisplayPort, or a Thunderbolt connection. Just as long as at least one of the computers is connected via HDMI and both computers are connected to the internet because the two are connected via an IP address...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2019-11-30

Hi, is it possible to connect 2 different cables from single GPU into 2 sources and have it recognized as 2 displays in OS? Thanks.

Asked by: boobiq
yes, however, say you want to split the resources of your graphics card between programs and dedicate these resources to different graphics card outputs, this would be effort on your end to set up and you would probably have a loss in efficiency as a result. Now, if you wanted to view the exact same thing on the same screen, this screen can do this when two cables from the same card are connected. I have never heard of graphics being limited by the number of cables you have connected; I would recommend using your graphics card as you normally do and connecting with one cable - the benefit of this screen is the ability for it to act as two separate screens each with its own source (device)
Answered by: GrahamT
Date published: 2019-11-30
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