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Originally Posted by giecsar View Post

UPDATE: rebooted my PC a few times more, then disconnected and reconnected the cable a few times more and now it works!
Wow, such an incredible monitor! Colors are amazing, great viewing angles and everything... well worth the price!! Very, very pleased. thumb.gif
Now if you'll excuse while I go play a few sick games biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by giecsar View Post

Thanks everyone! I've hooked it up to my brother's PC and it works perfectly! Moreover it's flawless!!! Very pleased biggrin.gif
It seems I cannot for some reason configure my GPU properly. I have the card in my sig, and it has 4 DP ports + 2 DVI ports, one of which is dual link. Then there is a litttle switch than switches between single link and dual link. I flipped it (and rebooted too) but it doesn't work!

Thanks to you guys as well, this was the solution to my problem as well with the red led. It seems like the monitor retains some kind of memory and both have to be powered off and powered back on to work.

Just wanted to provide an update on my original post..

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Originally Posted by inferno222 View Post

Hi guys,
I ordered two crossover LED-P monitors from red-cap and received them today. One monitor works fine (no dead pixels as far as I can tell) however when trying to pivot into portrait mode, it won't reach a full 90 degrees, only about 85. I'm afraid to force it any more, as I had to use a good amount to get it there to begin with.
Now my second monitor is a quite a bit more problematic. I have the same issue that a couple of other users here have had. Plug monitor in, turn on, screen flashes for a second with a blue LED, then screen turns off and the LED turns red. I swapped the power cable, adapter, and DVI cable with the working one and still no go. I did see one user post that they were able to get the monitor working with a 110v adapter, so I went ahead and ordered this (http://www.ebay.com/itm/24V-5A-New-AC-Adapter-for-JVC-LT-23X576-LCD-TV-120W-/350369931415?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5193ace097#ht_1481wt_1139) adapter in hopes that it will work. Unfortunately, that isn't the only problem. This monitor won't pivot at all. I applied the same force that worked with the first monitor and it won't budge.
I really do like the display quality, so I hope I can get it working. For anyone else interested in ordering, I e-mailed red-cap and he said he could include a USA adapter for an additional $20 before he ships the monitors. Too late for me, but hopefully someone can take advantage of that. He accepted my offer of $800 for two monitors.
Thanks for everyones input in this thread.


Do not order this adapter! This adapter does not work with the monitor, as was stated above in the thread - the polarity does not match. If you have an issue with the monitor flashing, and then going blank with a red LED, read my comments above.

Now I have two working monitors, the first monitor ended up with 1 stuck green pixel, and the 2nd monitor appears to be perfect, although it does not pivot.
post #352 of 6483
So what are all you guys receiving your monitors doing about the power adapter? Are you using the one that comes with it or are you all purchasing new ones?

I'm kinda confused...is the standard power adapter just flat out unusable? Because all the auctions keep saying you will need a 110v adapter.
post #353 of 6483
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So what are all you guys receiving your monitors doing about the power adapter? Are you using the one that comes with it or are you all purchasing new ones?
I'm kinda confused...is the standard power adapter just flat out unusable? Because all the auctions keep saying you will need a 110v adapter.


I've had my Crossover for about 11 days using the origina 220V adapter here in Canada where the voltage is 120V. On the first day I noticed the adapter and the back of the monitor got kind of a little too warm for my liking, so I turned it off for a couple of hours and opened my window. Since then I have made sure the room is relatively cool (but not cold) and I have ordered this 120V adapter , but it still hasn't arrived. I've been using the 220V adapter each day for maybe 1-4 hours at a time, then turning the monitor off manually anytime I am not using it. The 120V adapter has taken now 10 days from the USA and still not yet arrived.


On a slight tangent I still have 1 stuck red pixel only visible on dark backgrounds (works fine otherwise). I've tried to "massage" the screen, done some light tapping and tried software to fix it for several hours at a time, no go.


Overall though, am very pleased with this monitor. I'd order 2 more, except the wife would disaprove (of the $$) hehe.biggrin.gif
Good luck!
post #354 of 6483
Just registered, hello OC community.

Got my Crossover 27Q LED-P from dcsamsung yesterday. It took four days to reach Poland from Korea then another week at customs.
Customs+tax fee was around 90 euros.

It came packed only in its own box wrapped tightly in bubble wrap.

http://img208.imageshack.us/img208/4819/dscf1950a.jpg

The panel is perfect, no stuck/dead pixels, uniformity is ok with slight bleed from the power led.
Uncalibrated it was way too cold/blue out of the box, calibration fixed that.

Here it is next to my old Eizo:
http://img576.imageshack.us/img576/3097/dscf1952a.jpg

I am more than happy and highly recommend dcsamsungmall.
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Originally Posted by MenacingTuba View Post

I can confirm the Crossover works @720p with both the PS3 and 360. Not sure about which Reference Level to use yet on the xbox 360 but I will figure it out.

Mine works with PS3 at 720p but the display randomly blacks out then reappears, maybe it's the crappy DVI<>HDMI.
post #355 of 6483
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So which would you choose? The Samsung or the Crossover?
I've had my eye set on the samsung but now that the crossover is bad ass and half the price.. which would you recommend?

I own the achieva shimian (same panel as the crossover) and I have tested the samsung.

Pros for the samsung vs the shimian
- good non-agressive anti-glare
- stand, which is not very good, but better than the shimian=crap ( but I believe the crossover has a good stand ?)
- my shimian was buzzing (fixed it) I don't know if the crossover use the sames pcbs or not.


cons :
- contrast
- black
- weird colors out of the box (I don't have a colorimeter for comparing the 2 monitors calibrated)
- imput lag, unplayable, I could even feel latency in normal use (desktop, browsing ...), very uncomfortable.

It's simple, I tested the samsung arround 2 hours, and then put it back in the packaging, ready to send it back to the seller for a refund biggrin.gif

Hope that help you to choose thumb.gif
Edited by CharlesK - 4/3/12 at 4:37am
post #356 of 6483
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- stand, which is not very good, but better than the shimian=crap ( but I believe the crossover have a good stand ?)

It is not up to DELL standards but it doesn't wobble and does its job.
post #357 of 6483
IMO the stand on my Crossover>Samsung but the Crossover can't fully rotate 90 degrees.

@lukaav

I used my Crossover with both my 360/PS3 for a few hours w/o issue.
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@lukaav
I used my Crossover with both my 360/PS3 for a few hours w/o issue.

It looks like a common HDCP handshaking problem to me.
Most likely cabling/adapter. Nothing to worry about as I didn't buy it for PS3 though.
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This monitor runs at 60hz at the 2560x1440 resolution, right? Just to make sure...
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Yes. These don't support higher custom refresh rates at all.
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