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I received my two monitors today and the packaging was absolutely thrashed ,one of the cardboard boxes had a big hole in it, they are both all mangled and have footprints all over them.
I have opened one box and the monitor frame has damage to the bottom left corner that looks like it has been occurred from a fall. The damage was serious enough to rip two screws out of the stand and leave the metal housing frame lodged in to the screens bezel.
I'm guessing this happened because they were combined shipped, and because the boxes don't have any handles this was quite a difficult to lift package. So guys if you order more than one I recommend you choose they be sent separately ( he did ask me how I wanted it sent, I wasn't bothered and just said what ever was easier for him)
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So is this yellow light bleed on all Crossovers?
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I ordered a non perfect pixel for redcap who was the cheapest at the time and got no backlight bleed, and have zero dead pixels, and the box was mint. thumb.gif

It's not yellow light bleed, it's just a yellowish tint over certain parts of the screen. And no, I doubt it's on all of them. Probably just bad luck.

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My box looked similar to that as well. It wasn't as bad, but it was very close. Luckily though, my monitor was in perfect condition, but I was worried. I also ordered from dream-seller. My monitor has no back light bleed and 0 dead pixels though. He also put extra padding inside my box around the monitor. Those little air baggies.
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Lholozon86: They were sent via DHL to Australia. Yes thats what i expect has happend.

I just unboxed the other monitor and the stand is bent out of place -_-. Im going to contact dream-seller and see if he can do anything about these.


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Ek, alot of Dream Seller issues here.

I got mine from the Accessories people. Official dealers and whatnot, 3 dead pixels maximum and it's the LED-P version. Should ship Monday and be here before Tuesday.
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Trying to decide 27Q or 2720mdp, but still not sure what the difference are?
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Trying to decide 27Q or 2720mdp, but still not sure what the difference are?

2720MDP GOLD LED (product page)
LCD type: LG S-IPS 10-bit LED
Viewable image size: 27.0"
Pixel area: 0.2331mm²
Max brightness: 420 cd/m²
Contrast ratio: 1000:1
Color support: 1 billion
Color gamut: 72%
Resolution: 2560 × 1440 @ 60Hz
Horizontal frequency: 30 ~ 81kHz
Vertical frequency: 56 ~ 75Hz
Response time: 6ms (GTG)
Viewing angle: 178°/178°
Video ports: (1) DVI (dual-link), (1) Display Port, (2) HDMI, (1) D-sub, Component
Additional ports: SPDIF, PC audio
Speaker: 14W (7W+7W, stereo)
Power source: DC 24V 5A
Power consumption: 95W (max), 65W (nominal), 3W (standby)
VESA support: Yes (100 x 100 mm)
Display measurements: 650 (W) X 405 (H) X 490 (T) mm

Main differences I see...10-bit panel. DP, HDMI, DSUB, and Component. All adds to input lag. speakers as well. But really, really bad ones from all reviews. Supposedly more color support due to being 10bit.

http://www.amazon.com/CROSSOVER-2720MDP-GOLD-LED-27/dp/B008B6JM3G

It's also a decent bit more expensive, as far as I can see.

Still, I didn't know about that 10bit...

Kinda wishing I had ordered it almost.

But all those extra inputs...damn.

Just 1 HDMI alone more than doubles the input lag.

But 2 HDMI, Display Port, DVI-D, D-Sub, and Component? That thing must have like 100ms input lag!

Great for oh, picture editors, design artists ,but I guess it would be crap for gaming.
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2720MDP GOLD LED (product page)
LCD type: LG S-IPS 10-bit LED
Viewable image size: 27.0"
Pixel area: 0.2331mm²
Max brightness: 420 cd/m²
Contrast ratio: 1000:1
Color support: 1 billion
Color gamut: 72%
Resolution: 2560 × 1440 @ 60Hz
Horizontal frequency: 30 ~ 81kHz
Vertical frequency: 56 ~ 75Hz
Response time: 6ms (GTG)
Viewing angle: 178°/178°
Video ports: (1) DVI (dual-link), (1) Display Port, (2) HDMI, (1) D-sub, Component
Additional ports: SPDIF, PC audio
Speaker: 14W (7W+7W, stereo)
Power source: DC 24V 5A
Power consumption: 95W (max), 65W (nominal), 3W (standby)
VESA support: Yes (100 x 100 mm)
Display measurements: 650 (W) X 405 (H) X 490 (T) mm
Main differences I see...10-bit panel. DP, HDMI, DSUB, and Component. All adds to input lag. speakers as well. But really, really bad ones from all reviews. Supposedly more color support due to being 10bit.
http://www.amazon.com/CROSSOVER-2720MDP-GOLD-LED-27/dp/B008B6JM3G
It's also a decent bit more expensive, as far as I can see.
Still, I didn't know about that 10bit...
Kinda wishing I had ordered it almost.
But all those extra inputs...damn.
Just 1 HDMI alone more than doubles the input lag.
But 2 HDMI, Display Port, DVI-D, D-Sub, and Component? That thing must have like 100ms input lag!
Great for oh, picture editors, design artists ,but I guess it would be crap for gaming.

I have no problems with input lag with FPS or Flight Sims on mine. If you look a few pages back I posted a link from TFT Central on the DGM monitor review which has multi inputs. In the review examples are given of what you can expect with any 'ghosting'

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Trying to decide 27Q or 2720mdp, but still not sure what the difference are?
I bought the very basic model of crossover about 2 months ago and have no issues whatsoever.
Seller was very friendly and helped me with my change of order and the request of 0 dead pixels (AT NO EXTRA CHARGE!)
I really do need to get a monitor stand though as it is a hassle lifting the monitor up and changing the way it faces when i want to watch a movie on the bed. It is HEAVY! due to metal frame.
Mind you, the picture quality is mind blowing. I pretty much stopped watching blue-rays on my 40" sony bravia led tv.

I would save the extra few bucks and spend it on a good monitor stand if i were you

Seller was : ta_planet
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2720MDP GOLD LED (product page)
LCD type: LG S-IPS 10-bit LED
Viewable image size: 27.0"
Pixel area: 0.2331mm²
Max brightness: 420 cd/m²
Contrast ratio: 1000:1
Color support: 1 billion
Color gamut: 72%
Resolution: 2560 × 1440 @ 60Hz
Horizontal frequency: 30 ~ 81kHz
Vertical frequency: 56 ~ 75Hz
Response time: 6ms (GTG)
Viewing angle: 178°/178°
Video ports: (1) DVI (dual-link), (1) Display Port, (2) HDMI, (1) D-sub, Component
Additional ports: SPDIF, PC audio
Speaker: 14W (7W+7W, stereo)
Power source: DC 24V 5A
Power consumption: 95W (max), 65W (nominal), 3W (standby)
VESA support: Yes (100 x 100 mm)
Display measurements: 650 (W) X 405 (H) X 490 (T) mm
Main differences I see...10-bit panel. DP, HDMI, DSUB, and Component. All adds to input lag. speakers as well. But really, really bad ones from all reviews. Supposedly more color support due to being 10bit.
http://www.amazon.com/CROSSOVER-2720MDP-GOLD-LED-27/dp/B008B6JM3G
It's also a decent bit more expensive, as far as I can see.
Still, I didn't know about that 10bit...
Kinda wishing I had ordered it almost.
But all those extra inputs...damn.
Just 1 HDMI alone more than doubles the input lag.
But 2 HDMI, Display Port, DVI-D, D-Sub, and Component? That thing must have like 100ms input lag!
Great for oh, picture editors, design artists ,but I guess it would be crap for gaming.

Actually the 2720MDP I got has none of these issues. No noticeable input lag when I game. The bad reviews concerned an older batch; the sellers have been selling the new revision for awhile now.

In case you're curious,

review for the old firmware:

http://www.playwares.com/xe/22822289

new firmware:

http://www.playwares.com/xe/22912327

Haven't tested the component input, but I can confirm that DVI, HDMI and DP work. The speakers are subpar though, but you're going to find that on all the current Korean monitors. Just my two cents...
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