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post #2921 of 6483
Hello I want to buy this model http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=320890001835 a CROSSOVER 2720MDP GOLD LED , no there tempered glossy in Crossover? thanks..
post #2922 of 6483
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Originally Posted by calatrava View Post

Hello I want to buy this model http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=320890001835 a CROSSOVER 2720MDP GOLD LED , no there tempered glossy in Crossover? thanks..

You will not find a tempered glass version of the 2720MDP. Sorry.
post #2923 of 6483
Just wanted to make sure i have the newer CrossOvers with the fixed PCB (MOSFET wont melt) - i took a pic of the back right of the panel through the ventilation.

Looks green to me, so i should be safe right?


Edited by jerrolds - 10/1/12 at 4:52pm
post #2924 of 6483
^ I'm interested in this as well. Do we know which board has the MOSFET problem exactly?
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Well I received and installed my replacement PCB today, and about 2 hours afterward I started to get very subtle flickering. (I also installed a heatsink on the MOSFET). I quickly removed the LED board when I noticed the flickering and the heatsink was very hot to the touch. The replacement board was one of the teal ones as well, so not the problem-free green board I was hoping for.

What do I do now? I have the welltronics power supply, should I replace that?
post #2926 of 6483
Got the green PCB as well, don't know whether this is good, or bad?
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post #2927 of 6483
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Got the green PCB as well, don't know whether this is good, or bad?

Seems to be a good thing, the teal one seems to be the one with the failing mosfet
post #2928 of 6483
since updating to OSX 10.7.5 (at least I think the problem is since the update) Ive been getting somewhat garbled text on the Crossover as a secondary display to my iMac.
OSX says the display is running at 2560x1440 and photos seem fine - but text (or text/menus etc in applications) are no longer clear. Reboot doesnt help. Probably the best way to describe the problem is with the images below :

text on my imac screen :

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text on the crossover :

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Is anyone else experiencing this - know of a fix ?
post #2929 of 6483
I know I read somewhere in this thread about how to load a color correction profile.

Downloaded a color correction profile and loaded it up. How do I set that profile?

My Crossovers are pixel perfect, but.. they are on the warmer side. I say they are around 2500-3000K and want it around 3500-4000K
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Got the green PCB as well, don't know whether this is good, or bad?
The blue PCB is the one with the problems, so you are probably good with that.
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