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post #4631 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

I don't know how much people here like monoprice (i am sure it is discussed somewhere else) but i did see this up

http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=113&cp_id=11307&cs_id=1130703&p_id=9579&seq=1&format=1#largeimage

It is exactly the same as the Crossover Blade model i bought from AW just re-branded to "Monoprice".

To give an update on my monitor: The only issue i had left was minor light bleed and come to find out i was running at full brightness. I turned it down to 70 percent which helped my eyes a bit and more importantly the light bleed is virtually gone even on a black screen.

Other than than that it has been a few months now and i have had no problems.thumb.gif

those are not crossovers, those are FSM-270YG. the stand is different

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_trksid=p5197.m570.l1313&_nkw=FSM-270YG&_sacat=0&_from=R40
Edited by chill1217 - 1/24/13 at 11:28am
post #4632 of 6483
That is good to know. I can tell you that they are virtually identical except for now that you mention it i do have a mouse pad under the stand of the Monoprice one to make it exactly level with the other. Man who would have thought.
post #4633 of 6483
well if you get the pivot version of the crossover, you can adjust height/swivel/tilt and also pivot. the casing is also steel instead of plastic on the back (depends on the version). that is why most people decide to pay a bit more for crossovers versus the other monitors. it doesn't seem like you can adjust the height of the monoprice monitor. the monoprice warranty is great though
post #4634 of 6483
Hi! A little disclaimer before I tell you of my grievances, I've read several posts and threads related to Achieva/Catleap/Crossover before posting this so while I'm new to the forums I've done my small share of research before reaching out to you.

Having that said, I bought my Crossover a little over 4 months ago. I got around early October and initially couldn't get it to show image, so instantly I got extremely worried. I'm from Argentina so sending it back was pretty much out of the question (customs is a pain in the back). So I tried reinstalling my OS, hoping that the monitor didn't quite like my setup and VOILA! magically somehow it started running nice with a fresh install of Windows 8. But then one day around 1 month and a half ago, all of a sudden the image went out and the power led started switching constantly from blue to red. I had gotten no image from the monitor ever since but yesterday I played again with it and it worked for like 5 minutes and started doing the same over again. I pressed a button labeled "M" to get it working for a little while (no idea what M stands for and my instructions manual is in Korean).

Here's the Crossover model I have:



Is there hope for my monitor? Ideas?

Here's my setup:

Windows 8 64 bit
Corei5 2500k
MSI P67A
8 Gig DDR3 Corsair Vengeance
AMD Radeon 5870

BTW I have a 110-240 v adapter and tried using it with both 110 and 220 v with no different results. Also tried using a different DVI to DVI connector than the one provided with the monitor but that didn't help either.

Thanks!
post #4635 of 6483
My monitor has really warm (temperature) tint to it. Can someone help me apply an ICC profile using Vista since I have no idea what to do frown.gif
post #4636 of 6483
Download the profile and then click start and type "Color Management", select it.

Choose your monitor from the drop down menu and check the box that says "Use my settings for this device"

Now you want to click add and browse to your profiles location and select it. You should now see it in ICC profiles box. Select it and click "Set as default profile"

That should do it.
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post #4637 of 6483
Here is the link that I sent to AW regarding my panel's new defect (after two weeks of usage). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z94EfqG9R54
Has anyone seen anything like this?
post #4638 of 6483
Sorry if this is offtopic here. I have some video driver board to repair backlight these monitors.
Model HQ-LED28-1A. It is compatible with Digital Wave CL270_MP LED DRIVER REV. 00,
Zyglobal HQ-LED28-1A1, VLD0100-B6A SE.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/111004092960?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
post #4639 of 6483
I ordered my 27QD from AW on Wednesday at 8:30am and it arrived at my office on Friday at 11am, two day shipping! Will take it home tonight and run some tests.
post #4640 of 6483
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Originally Posted by tlbig10 View Post

I ordered my 27QD from AW on Wednesday at 8:30am and it arrived at my office on Friday at 11am, two day shipping! Will take it home tonight and run some tests.
That's so fast, let us know how it is
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