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Well the monitor seems to have spontaneously resolved itself, its been flicker free for about an hour now I'm actually quite concerned cause according to red-cap if I attempt to exchange it and they don't see the problem when they receive it I'll be responsible for shipping. But I don't want to be stuck with a monitor that could spontaneously start failing again. Not sure what to do.

If it's redcap, ask to see if he'll give you a PCB instead. I heard he can usually get just the parts to people.

Also, yeah, I have noticed glossy IPS monitors for some reason have extremely dark black crush. I'm guessing it's probably something to do with the way our eyes handle the light reflections or something. All matte coating monitors I've had didn't have this problem. So I guess it's a tradeoff you'll have to deal with. Punchier colours or more black detail?
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just a few pictures from my phone, not real good. with the earth photo i am hoping you can see just how crisp and clear these are. The tree photo has some fade out in the picture to make it look artsy, but the tree which is in focus should look really sharp, great colors.
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If it's redcap, ask to see if he'll give you a PCB instead. I heard he can usually get just the parts to people.
Also, yeah, I have noticed glossy IPS monitors for some reason have extremely dark black crush. I'm guessing it's probably something to do with the way our eyes handle the light reflections or something. All matte coating monitors I've had didn't have this problem. So I guess it's a tradeoff you'll have to deal with. Punchier colours or more black detail?

How hard is replacing the PCB on this monitor? Never done it and haven't seen any guides or info about that
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Hey Guys,
Anyone notice a buzzing noise with their monitors?
It actually changes with what's displayed, meaning on some screens it's louder / more noticeable than others.
My monitor is only less than a couple of weeks old and I'm not sure if it's always had this since day one or if it's just ambient enough for me to hear it now. It's fairly noticeable. If you use DPT.exe (dead pixel tester), the highest noise comes on a completely white screen. OR you can go to any page which is mainly white e.g. go to a wiki page and you can hear that noise; scroll up and down and noise changes as well.
Could it be a bad power supply?
For those that have had it, did you do anything to resolve it/ exchange or return it/ or other? Did it go away? did it grow louder over time? I was wondering if this was normal or if it's something to be concerned over... Thoughts?
TIA

My monitor buzzed like no tomorrow when i got it. This helped to resolve my issue. Crossover essentially has the same panel as the shimian. The monitor was pretty simple to take apart, aside from few pretty short cables that we're somewhat of a pain when i assembled the monitor. Actually, when i opened the monitor i noticed that those chokes we're already covered by hot glue/whatever. What i did was i put some thermal pads on them and some tape to keep the thermal pads from falling off. My monitor doesn't buzz anymore. Before i could hear the pitch of the noise change when i changed a browser tab in firefox. It was really annoying.

It's pretty simple process i would say. Though i wasn't very happy at first because i had to crack open my brand new monitor open right away to shut it up. biggrin.gif
Edited by Karail - 9/12/12 at 2:02pm
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Anyone have experience with the seller dhsummer from eBay?

dhsummer

I plan on buying 2 Crossovers from him Friday morning.
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I just got my Crossover 27Q LED-P from BCC. I have a question for you Crossover owners. If you had the yellow tint on your screen, does it eventually go away after usage?
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I just got my Crossover 27Q LED-P from BCC. I have a question for you Crossover owners. If you had the yellow tint on your screen, does it eventually go away after usage?

I honestly held a white paper to my screen and noticed no yellow tinting, but again most of my "tests" were done in daylight. I'll be testing for the few things that some of you guys have mentioned tonight and post back. So far:

-Any backlight bleed/glow in the dark?
-Buzzing noise with white screen or with TPT.exe pixel test?
-Yellow tint present?

I'm using a custom color profile a generous OCN member made and shared. He has a (hardware) monitor calibrator tool which are pretty expensive and accurate.
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I honestly held a white paper to my screen and noticed no yellow tinting, but again most of my "tests" were done in daylight. I'll be testing for the few things that some of you guys have mentioned tonight and post back. So far:
-Any backlight bleed/glow in the dark?
-Buzzing noise with white screen or with TPT.exe pixel test?
-Yellow tint present?
I'm using a custom color profile a generous OCN member made and shared. He has a (hardware) monitor calibrator tool which are pretty expensive and accurate.

Thanks for your response. The yellow tint starts around 1/3th of the way to the bottom of the screen and worsens as it reaches the bottom. The screen looks beautiful until 2/3ths on the way down, where it whites start to look yellow.
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Thanks for your response. The yellow tint starts around 1/3th of the way to the bottom of the screen and worsens as it reaches the bottom. The screen looks beautiful until 2/3ths on the way down, where it whites start to look yellow.

I think all these leftover LG panels in these cheap screens do that , my new Crossover has it very slightly but its a bit better than the Catleap I had.
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