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post #2621 of 6483
Just purchased a Crossover 27Q LED-P from goodforum.

A relatively new seller with only 305 feedback (99.3% positive), but has made it into the Top-Rated Seller category. It comes with a "Travel Multi-Adapter" (hopefully it will be enough for my US plugs), no mention of a dual-link DVI cable but from my general browsing of the various sellers the cable is usually included in the monitor box (as opposed to the power adapter being a gift).

14 Day return policy (free return shipping) and a 1 year seller warranty- hopefully it won't come to that.

Really going with eBay's Top-Rated Seller moniker here- although my experience with such sellers have been phenomenal (mind-blowing quick international shipping, good return policies and customer service) so I'm not too worried- just don't enjoy the idea of sending it back to Korea.

For what its worth, I'll keep updates coming- I enjoyed reading the numerous stories in this thread and perhaps someone could benefit from mine.
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post #2622 of 6483
I'm having some weird problems with my 27q that just arrived. It worked properly for about 5 minutes then suddenly all of the colours broke, and it does things like shut off the screen when I go to certain places and the desktop starts moving in a loop to the left when I click the start menu.Any idea what this is?

I'll try to take a picture later.
post #2623 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Loomer View Post

Hi there,
I have this monitor, and it's absolutely wonderful with my PC. However, when I plug my Macbook Pro in (2011 model), it presents a perfect picture for about five seconds, then shuts off, then turns back off, then shuts off, etc. This happens when the Macbook lid is closed, and it doesn't seem to matter if I change the resolution. Has anyone else had this issue, or figured out how to fix it?
I'm using the Apple mini display port to dual-link DVI adaptor, purchased directly from the Apple store.

This got buried at the end of a page a while back-- anyone else have this issue? Any suggestions for workarounds, or should I just get a new one?
post #2624 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

I'm having some weird problems with my 27q that just arrived. It worked properly for about 5 minutes then suddenly all of the colours broke, and it does things like shut off the screen when I go to certain places and the desktop starts moving in a loop to the left when I click the start menu.Any idea what this is?

I'll try to take a picture later.

It sounds like you might have to open it up and reconnect some cables frown.gif Shouldn't be that bad, I know it's intimidating. Search in this thread and I'm sure someone has shared about it. See the quote below:
Quote:
Originally Posted by POB UK View Post

Earlier I wrote about my DOA 27Q LED. (But removed the message)

However I found a loose connection inside, which I could see from the outside through the holes on the back.

Opened the back, pushed the connector in place.

Now I have a perfect monitor, no dead pixels and the backlight is very good.

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Originally Posted by Loomer View Post

Hi there,
I have this monitor, and it's absolutely wonderful with my PC. However, when I plug my Macbook Pro in (2011 model), it presents a perfect picture for about five seconds, then shuts off, then turns back off, then shuts off, etc. This happens when the Macbook lid is closed, and it doesn't seem to matter if I change the resolution. Has anyone else had this issue, or figured out how to fix it?
I'm using the Apple mini display port to dual-link DVI adaptor, purchased directly from the Apple store.

This got buried at the end of a page a while back-- anyone else have this issue? Any suggestions for workarounds, or should I just get a new one?

I think you need an active adapter (rather than passive) for display port to DVI, I'm not sure though. (You may even already be using one) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814999030

An active adapter converts a displayport signal into DVI/HDMI/VGA/etc. It could have a converter or a DAC inside. A passive adapter only changes your plug type, without converting the actual signal
Edited by Stealth Pyros - 9/13/12 at 3:01pm
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post #2625 of 6483
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It sounds like you might have to open it up and reconnect some cables frown.gif Shouldn't be that bad, I know it's intimidating. Search in this thread and I'm sure someone has shared about it. See the quote below:
For some reason it works for a minute after I plug in the DVI cable, but then it goes back the the broken colour state
post #2626 of 6483
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Stealth Pyros View Post

It sounds like you might have to open it up and reconnect some cables frown.gif Shouldn't be that bad, I know it's intimidating. Search in this thread and I'm sure someone has shared about it. See the quote below:
For some reason it works for a minute after I plug in the DVI cable, but then it goes back the the broken colour state

I say crack it open. You should only have to remove the back cover itself; no need to dig into it taking a lot of stuff out or anything. Just enough to look at all the connections and replug them.
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post #2627 of 6483
Just letting you guys know, a few of the sellers are having difficulty because every monitor they receive have many dead pixels. My friend purchased one from a seller (who shall not be named cause I don't want to hurt anyone's business), and the seller said that all the batches are defective and can't ship them out. He offered my friend the LED Blade for no extra charge, but I don't think that monitor is better as no one has it.
post #2628 of 6483
I got a hold of my camera finally.



help

Would disassembling the monitor void my warranty? Also, should I be worried about being electrocuted if I decide to open it up?
Edited by Art Vanelay - 9/13/12 at 6:42pm
post #2629 of 6483


Here are a few pictures of my new Crossover 27Q LED-P and my setup. Currently running 2x GTX 460 SLI. Only spotted 1 dead pixel, but I don't even notice it. Backlight bleed is fine, in the bottom right corner the most and a little in each of the other corners. Will post additional pictures of the rotated view later. Also, I noticed the the power button when turning the monitor off is a tad-bit unresponsive; I have to click in 2-3 times when turning off, but turning on works perfectly.
Edited by Pandasaurus - 9/13/12 at 7:34pm
post #2630 of 6483
So red-cap is really giving me the run around with this monitor. He responds with short messages barely addressing the problem, asking questions I've already answered. I had originally told him the monitor was flickering and that the backlight then died and he asked for a video of the flickering. I explained the flickering happened first then the light completely died. He then asked for a video of that, which I had already sent to him 2 days ago. I sent it again but it's not very compelling, it's just a black screen. I tried to get the flash really close so you can see the panel still displaying some text with the backlight completely off but it's hard to capture. His responses are pretty slow too, despite me answering him within a minute or two he never gets back to me same day making these little nit pick questions take forever. It's very frustrating has anyone else dealt with him for a return successfully?
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