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post #2781 of 6485
hey guys, here is what AW told me, what do you guys think?
Quote:
Sorry for the late response.

However, you've been using monitor over 2 months, we could only provide repair service up to 1 year as on the product description.
For the full refund/exchange can be only done within 30 days from purchased date.

What we could do will be, if you are willing to pay round way shipping charge, we can send new replacement to you.
or, if you make one way shipping charge, and ship your monitor back to us, we could provide repair service.

Sorry to make you upset and to be in such an inconveneience, but that will be the best way we could do.
post #2782 of 6485
Sadly my fellow pixel lovers, the Dell U2713HM has to be sent back due to the criss-cross hatchet issue on the screen. Its really very subtle but its there and if you do notice it then it never goes away! Also if you do graphic design work then it will make it appear as if you've applied it as a background effect when really theres nothing there. This is especially difficult to work with when you're doing concepts which use just blocks of pastel colors to make up a webpage.

Stick to the Crossovers, they're pretty damn good for what they are.
post #2783 of 6485
Hey DarK_MischieF my crossover has also a yellowish tint in it
Wich color profile should i use to make it less yellowness ?
post #2784 of 6485
Just received my Crossover 2720MDP from AW and it seems I've struck gold! Only 5 working days from S Korea to UK and it's perfect. smile.gif

To the person who has a black screen, have you tried another cable and checked the settings on your pc? I have one cheap "Dual link" DVI cable that actually has "HDMI" marked on its length and I don't think all the pins are actually wired up. rolleyes.gif On another monitor with a DVI to HDMI adapter, the screen would black out as the graphics card would switch modes and the signal would not be recognised. Do you have a computer shop near you that might be able to help diagnose the fault and offer a repair? - it might be cheaper than sending to S Korea. It's unfortunate that you have to pay return carriage, but it's not an uncommon practice. Hope you get it sorted.
post #2785 of 6485
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Originally Posted by ahhui90 View Post

hey guys, here is what AW told me, what do you guys think?

that's exactly their policy.
post #2786 of 6485
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Originally Posted by matisto27 View Post

Hey DarK_MischieF my crossover has also a yellowish tint in it
Wich color profile should i use to make it less yellowness ?

The Crossover profile available on TFT makes my panel white balance extremely warm (looks like 2700-3000K), so I assume the earlier variants had a tendency to be too blue.
Unfortunately I do not have a hardware calibrator (unlike the one made on TFTCentral) so I had to use Window's built-in color calibrator to fix it up as best I could. It does look better in my opinion.

Here it is-

- Red / Green levels down, Blue down a little- result is more accurate color.
- Lower brightness for monitor (hold BL - until LED does not flash magenta). Going a little bit above minimum increases contrast noticeably without adding too much eye strain.

To install (Windows 7)
- Download file
- Start Menu
- Search "color"
- Open "Color Management"
- Click "All Profiles" tab
- Click Add
- Browse to directory and double click profile
- Click "Devices"
- Tick "Use my settings for this device"
- Add profile (check under "File name" if its hard).

You can see the before/after changes by ticking "Use my Settings" on and off.
Edited by DarK_MischieF - 10/26/12 at 12:02pm
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post #2787 of 6485
So, update. Good and bad news.

Good news, got the monitor finally after 3 weeks (2 of which it was lost by DHL and customs). Also good news, it arrived in good condition and i did quite a few lookovers, didn't notice any stuck or dead pixels. Backlight bleed is minimal as well. Just a little from the bottom right near the LED power light as others have noted.

BAD news. Found this gem. I know someone found something like this earlier, did you manage to fix it!?


post #2788 of 6485
^ The close-up of that actually looks kind of provocative, lmao
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We've heard of Burn-in, this is Porn-in.
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hey DarK_MischieF is it less yellowness now with your profile ? can only test it later
Or otherwise someone can give me good profile wich does best for the least yellowness thanks
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