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post #2911 of 6483
2720MDP GOLD it is then. Also, this seller is asking $569 for the pixel perfect version. Do you think that I should wait for a price drop or maybe the release of a new revision/model....or should I just purchase it right away? Thanks for the help. Really appreciate it guys.
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2720MDP GOLD it is then. Also, this seller is asking $569 for the pixel perfect version. Do you think that I should wait for a price drop or maybe the release of a new revision/model....or should I just purchase it right away? Thanks for the help. Really appreciate it guys.

They're recognized by many here as one of the better sellers. You won't get a dud from them, but you won't get it soon either. It shows that they are out of stock and I have contacted them for the pivot version. They told me it could be a while as there is a shortage of panels available to Crossover.

I tried another seller because I got tired of waiting (dream-seller). It was a big mistake. My defective one from them is stuck in customs on its way back.
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Yes it seems there is a shortage of good panels. Ta planet took a week to ship one to me becase he claimed good ones were rare right now. Needless to say im nervous.
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Yes it seems there is a shortage of good panels. Ta planet took a week to ship one to me becase he claimed good ones were rare right now. Needless to say im nervous.

Given the current climate I'd be nervous if he shipped out right away. Sounds like he's doing his job and only shipping a well tested panel. Regardless, good luck.

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post #2915 of 6483
Not sure if this has been confirmed or not - but I believe CrossOvers do not use Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) to handle brightness - which is awesome (LEDs do not flicker to produce desired brightness)

I have the CrossOver LED-P and an Asus VS248H-p 2ms (TN) display

Theres another ghetto test where if you set the set the brightness to 0, set the background to white, and wave a pencil (or your hand) really fast side to side - you will get a strobe light effect if it uses PWM.

Here is a pic of my CrossOver on the left, Asus on the right (brightness at 90%)



This is definitely happening on the ASUS, luckily if i set its brightness to 100% the effect pretty much vanishes - just need to lower the brightness via the control panel. On the CrossOver - there is no strobe light effect even on the lowest brightness setting. If it uses PWM im guessing its decently on the high side.

Here is a video i quickly made - its tough to see but i do set the CrossOver to lowest and highest brightness...in any case there does not seem to be any Flicker.

It looks like the CrossOver is similiar to the Shimian in that it does NOT use PWM and should not cause any strain on the eyes smile.gif Or at least cause less strain. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
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Actually, you can see the flicker in the video already on the Asus when it's below 100. smile.gif
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Can it be that AW still doesn't answer my mail i have sended her since friday ?
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Can it be that AW still doesn't answer my mail i have sended her since friday ?

It was a Korean holiday I think.
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post #2919 of 6483
There is a thanksgiving holiday in Korea. People are back in office october 4th so you will have to wait few days.
post #2920 of 6483
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I still refuse to believe they actually sell any A panels. If anything, they just check A- panels, find them to have no dead pixels and then declare them A (which is wrong). That's only for the PP models of course.

The tech indusrty has and will work like this for decades. They make more of a product than they can sell in high end sectors so they take the same exact product sometimes and sell it as a lower cost item. Look honestly how many people can afford a $1000 monitor? Not even most apple customers can, the vast majority of apple customers do not own ACD 27 inch or even MBPR, same with dell, HP and others so the question is what do you do? Turn the factory off? No the answer is just like so many other products you just sell them into alternate channels. That is what is going on, I just got a brand new auria 27 inch, I cannot find a single bad pixel. I know one person who has a ACD 27 I cannot tell the difference. Sure Auria skimped on the stand and bezel as compared to dell and apple, but the crossovers are argueably just as good.

Here is another thing you might have to think about, LG proabably takes A+ panels and sells them to dell / Hp etc... Then whatever is left even though its still an A+ panel they sell it as and A or A-. Finally who cares if it is even worse, I cant tell the difference and lots of people in these price ranges are taking much worse TN panels at 1080p.
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