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post #10221 of 11297
Hi everyone - does anyone have a view about what (other than a damp cloth) I should use to clean the monitor surface (I don't have a glass cover)?
post #10222 of 11297
There are lots of commercial wipes available costing form €5 to €20...

I tried various baby wipes as the chances of them damaging the display were slim...
Settled with use Huggies as they don't appear to leave any oily Residue like some of the others...

My display has no glass but always best to check on an old display first...
Mike
post #10223 of 11297
Just got my Catleap Monitor and can't wait to set it up.
post #10224 of 11297
I got the 29" Yamakasi 290 IPS panorama monitor for my Macbook Pro. Here's a quick video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKsVtLKJP7k&list=UU-7elrXm2ycYK_jAuAd_N8g&feature=share
post #10225 of 11297
Hi everyone,

is there a way to change the osd language at the Yamakasi Catleap Q270 SE Jupiter ?

greets
post #10226 of 11297
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Originally Posted by xCaNNaX View Post

Hi everyone,

is there a way to change the osd language at the Yamakasi Catleap Q270 SE Jupiter ?

greets
yes under the OSD menu for the monitor, the 1st option is the language option.
post #10227 of 11297
Hello folks, newbie here. first post

I ordered a Catleap Q270 and it reached me a couple of days ago. I had ordered the perfect pixel version.

However on starting up, I see a vertical green/yellowish one or two pixel line from the top to the bottom of the monitor. I've changed cables, DVI, HDMI, changed the gfx card - but it looks like its a monitor issue.

I live in Asia and can't really ship it back for an RMA because that would cost half the price of the monitor. Is there anyway this can be fixed? Not OCing the monitor.
post #10228 of 11297
There are a few youtube videos dealing with vertical line issues of this nature....
From memory I believe they were all more serious but viewing the videos might give you some insight...

The only real action is to ensure the internal cables are secure and not loose.... otherwise a return is probably your best bet even if it cost extra...
Mike
post #10229 of 11297
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Originally Posted by Michaelo View Post

There are a few youtube videos dealing with vertical line issues of this nature....
From memory I believe they were all more serious but viewing the videos might give you some insight...

The only real action is to ensure the internal cables are secure and not loose.... otherwise a return is probably your best bet even if it cost extra...
Mike

Thanks Mike - the problem with returning is that I have to foot both the shipping cost and when they return the monitor we will have to foot the customs charges (20 - 25%) - so basically it would end up costing more than the monitor.

I saw some of the videos and you are right - they are far more serious than in my case.

As for ensuring the internal cables are secure - are there any posts that I could refer to?
post #10230 of 11297
Hello,
I want to buy a Yamakasi Catleap Q270.
Do you recommend me (perfect pixel) Catleap Q270 SE or Q270 Jupiter or another version? What is the version without bleedings? I have a Nvidia GTX 560 TI with DVI-D dual output and I would like to use this monitor to make graphic advertising and gaming too...
Thanks in advance
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