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Originally Posted by Descadent View Post

crossover 27q and pixel perfects are worth it unless you like giving money away, sellers like accessorieswhole have less than 3 dead pixels policy and only sell a panels. there might be one other seller as well.
but with any purchase you as a consumer must be informed, I suggest you definitely read the op and scan through this thread, every answer has been answered 100x thumb.gif

Cool, thanks. I've decided I want the CrossOver 27Q. I just have to decide who I want it from and what deal is best. I'll look in the seller you've mentioned.

EDIT: This seller has the less than 3 dead pixels policy? http://www.ebay.com/itm/CROSSOVER-27Q-LED-High-Resolutio-n-2560x1440-QHD-DVI-D-Dual-S-IPS-27-Monitor-/110867210291?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item19d0336033

Where can I find that information?
Edited by crzycuyler - 1/3/13 at 4:28pm
post #4342 of 6483
It says under the info:

"Understanding our pixel warranty policy
Defective Pixel (Include Dead/Stuck/Sub Pixel ) : 3 maximum"

that is AW's policy.
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it is still new years day in most of the world...
Yes I got a response. Hopefully I'll get this resolved soon. I saw your post about the shipping to the LA warehouse. I may just end up having to do that.
post #4344 of 6483
well, now they want me to open up the monitor and tug at stuff...after talking to an electrical engineer, it looks like a pcb component issue, so i'm not going to bother with possibly damaging the monitor further by disassembling it...i hope they get the gist here...
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well, now they want me to open up the monitor and tug at stuff...after talking to an electrical engineer, it looks like a pcb component issue, so i'm not going to bother with possibly damaging the monitor further by disassembling it...i hope they get the gist here...

I don't get what your problem is. You paid a cheaper price to get this monitor from Korea, so you need to do some of the most basic troublshooting steps yourself... this would include checking to see if any cables came loose during shipping. It doesn't make any sense for them to let you ship the monitor back until they can be sure it's not just a loose cable that takes two seconds to plug back in.

If you are being told the steps you need to do, just follow them.
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hey, it works...i'll wait for a day or three before i say it is 'fixed', but the thing is so dang pretty, i had to go against my better judgment and tear it down...a caveat, a possible one, with these. future buyers, take note: you may have to take it apart to see if it works...
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Anybody kind enough to clarify this for me?

Can I connect the Crossover 2720MDP LED Gold to my laptop with Display Port output directly and able to display full resolution 2560X1440P. I'm using a HP Envy 15 with build in ATI 7690M. Please enlighten me. Appreciate your feedback.

below link is my laptop model if u need to know.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=sg&lc=en&dlc=en&docname=c03202976

I'm dying to find out as I got email reply from Accessories Whole that these monitor does not support laptop display AT ALL?
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Anybody kind enough to clarify this for me?
Can I connect the Crossover 2720MDP LED Gold to my laptop with Display Port output directly and able to display full resolution 2560X1440P. I'm using a HP Envy 15 with build in ATI 7690M. Please enlighten me. Appreciate your feedback.
below link is my laptop model if u need to know.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=sg&lc=en&dlc=en&docname=c03202976
I'm dying to find out as I got email reply from Accessories Whole that these monitor does not support laptop display AT ALL?
There shouldn't be any problem as far as I can see. I have the 2720MDP myself and I have been using a 6 year old MBP connected via DVI at 2560x1440. I think a couple of other users here have been using their laptops at 2560x1440 via Display Port too.
post #4349 of 6483
Hello to all. Sorry my English is not perfect.
I Have Crossover 2720 MDP Gold - and it have that problem.
The problem is that the display is twofold. After 20 minutes of work The image appears on the original copy of the displaced for a couple of pixels up.
Lights working properly. Please look the video.I am unplug monitor from computer and turn on OSD MENU. The problem the problem persists continuously
Thanks to all who can help me in my problem
post #4350 of 6483
U have Dual Link DVI on your MBP? or u using mini DP on ur MBP then use active adapter to Dual Link DVI?
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