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I cannot use external speaker while playing ps3/360 on 2720mdp. It uses its own bad build in speaker even i connect the external speaker to audio out. Any fix?
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Trying to decide for sure between this and the Catleap. Does this one have more input lag?
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Originally Posted by DrLeoMarvin View Post

Trying to decide for sure between this and the Catleap. Does this one have more input lag?

I don't think it's going to be noticeable.

In terms of build quality, I feel that this is probably better because last time I remember the back of the monitor uses...powdercoated aluminum? Well, it isn't plastic so that's a plus. Newer Catleaps can't be overclocked either (well, the ones with the 2C PCB. I don't know about 2A).
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Trying to decide for sure between this and the Catleap. Does this one have more input lag?

The input lag would be very similar if not identical between the Catleap Q270 series and the Crossover LED and LED-P as neither have a scaler. I think the multi-input models have about three times as much input lag.
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post #1586 of 6483
Hey guys,

I've just got my 2720mdp monitor from AW.
No dead, stuck pixels on sight and THANK GODDDDD- No backlight Bleed!!! smile.gif
I have to thank you for all of your threads and comments to made me decided to go with AW.
As everyone recommended, their communication and product is AWESOME!!
I was bit worried to see one of the person was complaining about excessive backlight and it sure made me so frustrated.
So, I had to ask AW over and over again to make it sure NO backlight bleed.
Though, they replied me back as because of the S-IPS panel, it may have little, tiny light bleed on the panel.
and promised me for no excessive backlight and they sure did!!
I've noticed that on this forum, people are just making all complains about their dead/stuck/backlight issue and even import tax.
and I think it will be nice to leave a good comment for others who are looking this thread to decide which sellers they should go with.
Otherwise, no one could go with any sellers of CrossOver, just looking at whole thread. Don't you think so?
Obviously, people make buzzes when they have issues and when they receive the good quality one, most of time, forget to mention how thankful to receive decent one.
Now, I'm going to send a message to AW about how much I appreciate their good quality service and customer communication.
I think whoever responsed for the all inquiries I've sent, (I've sent about 15 messages to AW before I made my final decision and I know it must be bugged them so much), should have a prize for it.
I do not recommend you to send thousands messages to sellers and bug them to receive decent monitor.
I just think AW deserves the credit for what they do and serve.
Hope you have a good luck, too!
post #1587 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Ftruck View Post

The input lag would be very similar if not identical between the Catleap Q270 series and the Crossover LED and LED-P as neither have a scaler. I think the multi-input models have about three times as much input lag.

I've not noticed any notable input lag on my multi input monitor in BF3 or Diablo III so the lag can't be that bad.
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post #1588 of 6483
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I don't think it's going to be noticeable.
In terms of build quality, I feel that this is probably better because last time I remember the back of the monitor uses...powdercoated aluminum? Well, it isn't plastic so that's a plus. Newer Catleaps can't be overclocked either (well, the ones with the 2C PCB. I don't know about 2A).

So who's the recommended seller for these? When comparing shipping time and least number of problems alongside price.
post #1589 of 6483
Depends on what you want...

pixel perfect? Only AW does those. Otherwise, BCC seems to be the best bet.

Others have had good experiences with green-sum as well.
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Finally received my 2720mdp gold yesterday from AW after Fedex had sent it on a World tour (Incheon- Guanzghou-Koln-Frankfurt-Paris-Stansted-Tun Wells).

No customs or VAT to pay though so that was good.

Initial impressions are very favourable - no dead or stuck pixels and the build quality (eg the stand) is better than I was expecting. There is some blacklight bleed but it's not too bad. The settings were pretty good out of the box with the exception of brightness which was set on maximum 100 - I've turned it way down to about 20.

I've got it attached to a Dell Inspiron with ATI 2600 HD XT via DVI and a Mac Mini with GeForce 320 M via Displayport. Both computers detected the display straight away and set the graphics properties accordingly. As you can tell from this kit, I am not a gamer so I can't comment on input lag or stuff like that.

The only real negative is that logo - it's going to have to go at some point.

A couple of pics from each machine:

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Anyway, I just wanted to say thanks to everyone on this Forum - without you guys I wouldn't have known these things even existed thumb.gif
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