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post #471 of 6483
Hi there,
greetings from Belgium.
1) MY SELLER: I bought my Crossover 27MLED last monday and am, until now, pretty happy with the communication I had with my seller. I bought it from Greensum and het was the only one, replying almost immediatly to my questions. After buying, he was also always at disposition when I was concerned about this White line situation, telling that Crossover was supposed to be calling back their monitors because of a general failure. Het answered me that he called Crossover and some other distributors and that none of them was aware of this fact. He would keep his attention on it however and tell me if there would be a problem. I told him I was pretty anxious for this pixelproblems in general and he replied that he would do his best and help me if there would be a problem. I thought I would share this with you. Waiting for it to arrive now. Got my trackingnumber two days ago and it's still at the airport.

2) MLED: I also see that there are very few or no comments on the 27MLED-version with HDMI, SCALER , 10bits, and all the other connections. Do people have good experience with them? They are the most expensive of all. Did some connect it to their PS3 yet? They also have a slightly different look.

3) ICC-PROFILES: I read on page 40 that someone posted his ICC=profile on TFT-central . It's not there yet. .... Are there other people who did a real callibration on these monitors? That would help a lot of people, I think. In the Yamakshi/Catleap -clup on this forum , they have a very well developped section on calibration. It's a shame we don't have something like this here for this monitors. So, please , I need some calibrationprofiles smile.gif
post #472 of 6483
Finally set mines up wheee.gif I ordered three of them from dcsamsungmall last Friday afternoon, and they were delivered the following Tuesday to NYC. Still don't understand how he can ship so fast confused.gif

He included the 110V adapter which works perfectly. I quickly checked for dead pixels and only found a single one on the right edge of the screen. Not even noticeable. The image quality is amazing. The colors are a little too cool out the box so I will be calibrating soon.

I bought the 680 just to be able to play the games on this monitor. I played a few minutes of Skyrim at max settings and it looks absolutely beautiful.

The build quality is also great. The adjustable stand is very sturdy. I was planning on getting a different stand, but this one is surprisingly compact and aesthetically pleasing.

Definitely one of my best purchases ever and highly recommend it to whoever is still debating.

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post #473 of 6483
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For anyone having display issues (LED going on then off), I would highly recommend trying another DVI-D cable. I was borrowing the cable that came with my Crossover and using it with my ViewSonic monitor and it would not show anything on the screen. I eventually found another DVI cable of which worked fine.


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post #474 of 6483
Can someone please edit the pole so that there is a perfect picture 0 dead pixels option. I know that less than 5 is considered good enough but it sure is not perfect. And I think that is a statistic more people are interested. Also I think a pixel cluster should push you into imperfect 6+
post #475 of 6483
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Can someone please edit the pole so that there is a perfect picture 0 dead pixels option. I know that less than 5 is considered good enough but it sure is not perfect. And I think that is a statistic more people are interested. Also I think a pixel cluster should push you into imperfect 6+

Problem is that "Perfect Picture" displays aren't actually guaranteed 0 dead pixels. All they do is glance over it and if they spot a few, they swap it for another one. And that doesn't count that some may form during transit.
post #476 of 6483
So how do all three stack up against each other? CATLEAP vs. Crossover Vs Shim?

I want to buy one of these around summer time
post #477 of 6483
Works great as an external display for my MBP (mid 2010)!
post #478 of 6483
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Problem is that "Perfect Picture" displays aren't actually guaranteed 0 dead pixels. All they do is glance over it and if they spot a few, they swap it for another one. And that doesn't count that some may form during transit.

Dead pixels form during transit? Is this from physical damage?

Anyways, it seems like you have a better chance of getting a pixel perfect display if you go with the Catleap. I'm basing this on the number of reviews I've seen. Also you don't see any eBay sellers offering pixel perfect 27" CrossOvers.
post #479 of 6483
Hi guys! Anybody bought crossover with tempered glass? I want order one, but haven't any fotos and reviews. Which matrix is in tempered glass versions? B1\B2 or CA?
post #480 of 6483
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Update for all those stuck in customs, apparently if something gets flagged for duty processing there is only one part time employee who handles it. Monitors should not be in duty processing, it's a mistake.

I think they finally made it out of customs on Friday, mine finally departed the dreaded Chicago customs (no offense to Chicago) thumb.gif
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