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post #3061 of 6483
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Originally Posted by KickingArs View Post

My 27Q LED-P wont remember brightness. Once it's powered off then on, the brightness will be back at 100%. Is it normal of defective?

I tried with my 27Q-P and it keeps setting from both button-off and unplug-off. Left off for a few minutes. Tried for lowest, highest and somewhere in the middle setting.
post #3062 of 6483
Some good news regarding the supply of Green PCB from 1 korean supplier!
Since last week until now, I had been in contact with a Korean supplier (www.flatgate.co.kr). They have stock for this Green PCB LED Driver (Model: FIF22LD-04A)

Anyone who would like to purchase can Mr. HT Yang. Email is at this link: http://www.flatgate.co.kr/15.htm
Edited by mikelanding - 10/8/12 at 11:33pm
post #3063 of 6483
Wow excellent job, if I don't hear from my seller in the next day or 2 I'm gonna go that route, thanks!
post #3064 of 6483
Also not to post twice in a row, but I obtained a new power brick and have been running at max brightness for about 5 hours with no flickering. So far a good sign, although if my history of posts is to be believed, about 5 minutes after I submit this it'll start tongue.gif
post #3065 of 6483
Ok. Price had sorted out. It is USD50 X 2 pcs = USD100 for the Green PCB.
He only able to accept Bank TT. Anyone need the green can contact him
Edited by mikelanding - 10/9/12 at 6:21am
post #3066 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Art Vanelay View Post

So, they aren't paying $600 to ship it back? biggrin.gif
Seriously, that's the quote I got.

No, I was the same way as you. DHL quoted me $1562.76 online once LOL. I think it might be cheaper to fly the monitor to Korea in business class as a child passenger. In retrospect, I should have taken a screenshot. But yeah, less than 100USD is what BCC e-mailed me.
I'm also in Toronto btw.
Also, I shipped it out with DHL last week, but when I called to book the pickup, the woman was super new on the phone and didn't give me an airway bill number, so now my shipment is AGAIN stuck somewhere without any tracking number (there technically is one, but it's an old duplicate), waiting for a trace and a call tomorrow to resolve (hopefully). I think this monitor has spent most of its life in a box so far... and will probably continue to.
post #3067 of 6483
Just wanted add that i pulled the trigger on a Crossover 27Q LED-P the other day, cost $380 USD ($375 AUD at the time).
Got it from BCC and it took 3 business days via DHL express to get here in Adelaide Australia.
First time my desktop came up on it... WOW... the clarity and colour and constrast and pixel density is incredible (formally using an Asus 1080p TN panel btw). i did however calibrate it as it had a green/blue tinge, but now its perfect (at least to my eye).
I DID NOT get the pixel perfect version, but my monitor has no dead and no stuck pixels!! biggrin.gif
and since i got it from BCC they have included 1 year warranty, and they'll pay to ship it back to Korea. what lovely service!! tongue.gif they also checked the monitor before they shipped it.
BCC included a Welltronics 110V-240V power brick, and a travel conversion adapter (dont know why since the brick is 110-240v), and a korean power cable (i just used a standard Aus one ( both 240V 5A capacity)).
overall im extremely happy with it and i highly recommend BigClothCraft to everybody considering buying this monitor. thumb.gif
    
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sorry forgot to add that the power brick runs warm but definitely not hot, so all good!

And it appears i have a green PCB on the LEFT (everyone said theirs was on the right... oh well) hand side (facing the back) and a blue one in the middle. so it appears i have the green PCB version. biggrin.gif
Edited by FloJoe6669 - 10/9/12 at 7:00am
    
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post #3069 of 6483
I have heard back from someone at the Crossover manufacturers office who was very pleasant and eager to help, and his English seemed quite good. Hopefully this will be another valuable channel to get a source for replacement parts.

On a related note, red-cap finally responded back to me complaining that I'm having flickering issues again. This time he's demanding another video as well as me panning to the back of the monitor to display my serial number after the flickering has occurred, all must be in the same video file. I understand he needs to make sure there's a problem but after the 4 videos and repeated dealing with me (including me sending pictures of the fried PCB the first time around) I would think he wouldn't make me jump through hoops, as theres obviously a problem. It's frustrating cause in this stage with the replacement PCB the flickering is short in duration and infrequent, at least compared to before, so it's gonna take a while to get a clear video. Maybe Ill take my heatsink off that i installed and let it get hot mad.gif Hopefully the manufacturer will ultimately save me from this mess.
post #3070 of 6483
These monitors are all with scalers, I presume? Is there any input lag measurement for them?
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