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Originally Posted by swish919 View Post

Just got mine today... OMG, where has this been all my life... makes my dell u2410 pale in comparison and i love my dell too!
was considering getting a 2nd u2410 but started reading about these panels... decided to take the plunge and that was a great decision too... so far zero dead/ or stuck pixels and it may or may not have any bleed, i really couldn't tell. with the lights dimmed, i could easily tell slight bleed from my u2410. now this is tempting me to try and sell my dell and get a 2nd unit... I really love this 27Q-P! ... knock on wood it stays working well for a very long time. thanks for everyone on this thread who convinced me to take the plunge. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
shout out to descadent, your setup was what pushed me over the edge thumb.gif

glad I could help you spend money!

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post #2482 of 6484
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Originally Posted by swish919 View Post

Just got mine today... OMG, where has this been all my life... makes my dell u2410 pale in comparison and i love my dell too!
was considering getting a 2nd u2410 but started reading about these panels... decided to take the plunge and that was a great decision too... so far zero dead/ or stuck pixels and it may or may not have any bleed, i really couldn't tell. with the lights dimmed, i could easily tell slight bleed from my u2410. now this is tempting me to try and sell my dell and get a 2nd unit... I really love this 27Q-P! ... knock on wood it stays working well for a very long time. thanks for everyone on this thread who convinced me to take the plunge. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
shout out to descadent, your setup was what pushed me over the edge thumb.gif

glad I could help you spend money!

biggrin.gif

Could you link me to your post that he was referring to? Edit: Nevermind, I see it's in your album.
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post #2483 of 6484
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Just got mine today... OMG, where has this been all my life... makes my dell u2410 pale in comparison and i love my dell too!
was considering getting a 2nd u2410 but started reading about these panels... decided to take the plunge and that was a great decision too... so far zero dead/ or stuck pixels and it may or may not have any bleed, i really couldn't tell. with the lights dimmed, i could easily tell slight bleed from my u2410. now this is tempting me to try and sell my dell and get a 2nd unit... I really love this 27Q-P! ... knock on wood it stays working well for a very long time. thanks for everyone on this thread who convinced me to take the plunge. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
shout out to descadent, your setup was what pushed me over the edge thumb.gif

Yo swish919-

I got my 27Q in May 2012 - and my experience was/is EXACTLY like yours (Dell U2410 and all)-eh!!

Mike
post #2484 of 6484
Tracking number on my eBay got changed from a DHL to a Fedex, package isn't shipping until just now... -____- sozo.gif So it won't get here tomorrow like was estimated, but should still get here just in time for Armored Kill.
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post #2485 of 6484
Just received my 2720MDP. Screen looks great, but man, the stand is horrible. Mine leans a bit.

Biggest problem is that the AC Adapter (which was listed and is rated at 110-220v) hums REALLY loudly when the monitor is on. The pitch of the hum changes with the brightness of the screen. Is this indicative of a bad AC adatpter?
post #2486 of 6484
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Just received my 2720MDP. Screen looks great, but man, the stand is horrible. Mine leans a bit.
Biggest problem is that the AC Adapter (which was listed and is rated at 110-220v) hums REALLY loudly when the monitor is on. The pitch of the hum changes with the brightness of the screen. Is this indicative of a bad AC adatpter?

I would say so. Hit up your seller for a replacement or buy a replacement off ebay. Search on ebay EFL-2202W. I bought a backup from cbk_electronics_usa
post #2487 of 6484
Just got my crossover 27Q led-p. no dead pixels, less backlight bleed than my $2500 samsung tv, the picture is amazing. I got it from AW, Fantastic. (for now at least) only problem i had was the power adapter, the part that goes into the screen was not quite round, but a quick soft ease with some pliers fixed it and it went into the hole. but holy cow. I came from a 26 inch samsung lcd 1200p. Going to game now. Wow! as long as it stays just like this, i feel like I got over on someone. smile.gif
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post #2488 of 6484
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Just got my crossover 27Q led-p. no dead pixels, less backlight bleed than my $2500 samsung tv, the picture is amazing. I got it from AW, Fantastic. (for now at least) only problem i had was the power adapter, the part that goes into the screen was not quite round, but a quick soft ease with some pliers fixed it and it went into the hole. but holy cow. I came from a 26 inch samsung lcd 1200p. Going to game now. Wow! as long as it stays just like this, i feel like I got over on someone. smile.gif

Did you get the Perfect Pixel?
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no i did not. just the regular, but aw is charging 414 for it. completely worth it. I will use them again if i need anything. it is unbelievable that someone would have 3 of these, thing is huge. btw been gaming, D3 looks great, skyrim looks incredible. just downloaded the patch for bf3 will let ya know. no ghosting, is way smoother than my samsung was... got to get back to gaming..
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So I fired up b3, again it looks and feels smoother than my Samsung 1200p toc also a $400 monitor a year back. The color is great, I don't think it will need any adjustment, but might mess with it this weekend. On the stand, I like, it's not the best in the world, but very very happy I went with the adjustable one. Pulled it up and center speaker sits right underneath. Pictures this weekend! If you want pictures I will sent them from my phone to your email if you would like. Pm me. Thanks.
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