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Hi, I bought monitor - YAMAKASI Q270LED MULTI
This is a very good monitor. But now broken. Blinking screen. Lights up and goes off screen.
http://youtu.be/IXX66vuOYEU
http://youtu.be/Vewtevt7wy8
It is suspected that this is a broken board.
Which one of them. 1. Is stuck to the back of the matrix
[http://www.ii4.ru/image-310131.html
Or 2. Bolted to the back cover with video-input
http://www.ii4.ru/image-310128.html
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Not been on for ages. Any news on the caleap monitors, is 100+Hz an improvement over the stock 60 or not and has anyone been able to run 3d on these.. Thanks smile.gif
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post #9293 of 11297
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Originally Posted by cmc850 View Post

Question for anyone who has mounted either the Q271 or 2703 to a wall or desk arm via vesa mount....it appears that, unlike the Q270, the "foot" can be removed easily from the monitor lower edge without removing the back? There appears to be two screws holding that elliptical piece in a slot?


Having just mounted this to an Ergotron LX/HP arm, I'll answer my own question....It ain't as easy as I thought. Although the 271 does not have the silver piece covering the vesa holes, you do need to remove the back cover and a couple screws that secure the panel to the chassis, allowing access to screws that attach the "foot" from the inside. I suppose you could leave the foot (leg?) on and remove the base, but that would look odd and prevent lowering the monitor down to the desk.

BTW, the HP-branded version of the Ergotron LX arm is an excellent choice for this monitor.
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Originally Posted by holin View Post

Hi, I bought monitor - YAMAKASI Q270LED MULTI
This is a very good monitor. But now broken. Blinking screen. Lights up and goes off screen.
http://youtu.be/IXX66vuOYEU
http://youtu.be/Vewtevt7wy8
It is suspected that this is a broken board.
Which one of them. 1. Is stuck to the back of the matrix
[http://www.ii4.ru/image-310131.html
Or 2. Bolted to the back cover with video-input
http://www.ii4.ru/image-310128.html

Possibly bad power brick?
post #9295 of 11297
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Originally Posted by Koehler View Post

Possibly bad power brick?
Why do you think so?
PS
Where can I find this PCB HY-9785d rev.02
http://www.ii4.ru/image-310856.html
or is what wrong inside PCB.
I wrote to the seller, but no reply.
post #9296 of 11297
Hello, just changed from my Q270 to the Q271. Does anybody knows how to reduce the brightness (led)?
post #9297 of 11297
Can someone please explain all the models of the monitor( multi, SE, etc,) to me? I wanna buy one on ebay but i dont know which one im buying because the platform these korean's put up are confusing....jealoussmiley.gif
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post #9298 of 11297
Has anyone had any experience with this Monoprice desk mount?
http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=109&cp_id=10828&cs_id=1082808&p_id=6419&seq=1&format=2

I know it says it only supports up to 23", but the regular desk stand said that as well and fits the Q270 nicely.

I'm looking at this one over
http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=109&cp_id=10828&cs_id=1082808&p_id=5400&seq=1&format=3#specification

because it looks more sturdily built
post #9299 of 11297
I have 2 of these: http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=109&cp_id=10828&cs_id=1082808&p_id=5400&seq=1&format=3#specification
And they are great to be honest. They are solid metal, and not flimsy at all. The only downside I could see is the way that the screens tend to 'tilt' down. Make sure you have the locking washers flipped the right way around. I guess the other downside is the clamp part will only close to within an inch or so. So you need to find some kind of spacers to put on your desk top or have a think desk.
Honestly, I would recommend them though. I have 24" screens and they are plenty sturdy for them.
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post #9300 of 11297
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Originally Posted by Manishmanny View Post

Can someone please explain all the models of the monitor( multi, SE, etc,) to me? I wanna buy one on ebay but i dont know which one im buying because the platform these korean's put up are confusing....jealoussmiley.gif

http://www.swiftworld.net/2012/04/14/budget-korean-27-ips-monitor-information-and-comparison-of-the-different-brands-and-models/

^^ should explain everything u need to know about the budget panels
    
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