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post #4701 of 6483
I got gift credit for amazon for 400 dollars and was looking at 2560 x 1440 p monitors (since I don't need anything else atm)

Saw someone selling crossover 27Q and 27QD for like 355-390 dollars. Worth it? No idea what else to buy on amazon lmao.....
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I just ordered one on Monday night (two days ago) and it already arrived! AccesoryWhole definitely met my initial expectations and I will update as soon as I open it and check it out. On a side note, I bought the power cable and DVI cable referenced in the original post and I have go say, that DVI cable is going to be the most heavy-duty cable I have plugged into my computer.
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I am not happy with AW. I have a defective panel and they seem to be dodging any responsibility. I pretty disappointed in the communication. I have sent videos of the defect and first reached out to them regarding the issue January 21. I check daily and respond promptly to anything they send me, but the last thing they sent me asked me if I would accept a partial refund. I replied saying I want a new monitor. I am eagerly awaiting their response. I purchased this monitor January 6.
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I am not happy with AW. I have a defective panel and they seem to be dodging any responsibility. I pretty disappointed in the communication. I have sent videos of the defect and first reached out to them regarding the issue January 21. I check daily and respond promptly to anything they send me, but the last thing they sent me asked me if I would accept a partial refund. I replied saying I want a new monitor. I am eagerly awaiting their response. I purchased this monitor January 6.

What is the defect?
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I am not happy with AW. I have a defective panel and they seem to be dodging any responsibility. I pretty disappointed in the communication. I have sent videos of the defect and first reached out to them regarding the issue January 21. I check daily and respond promptly to anything they send me, but the last thing they sent me asked me if I would accept a partial refund. I replied saying I want a new monitor. I am eagerly awaiting their response. I purchased this monitor January 6.

that's a first and doesn't sound like AW at all... what is the "defect"?
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What is the defect?

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that's a first and doesn't sound like AW at all... what is the "defect"?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z94EfqG9R54

It's not a great video. My friend made it with his iPhone 4 pretty late one night. There are horizontal lines most noticeable along the taskbar. Those same lines continue all the way up the screen, but the camera didn't capture it well when displaying white.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z94EfqG9R54

It's not a great video. My friend made it with his iPhone 4 pretty late one night. There are horizontal lines most noticeable along the taskbar. Those same lines continue all the way up the screen, but the camera didn't capture it well when displaying white.

Have you tried new dl-dvi cable?
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I am not happy with AW. I have a defective panel and they seem to be dodging any responsibility.

I just ordered one from him on Sunday for $397, got it on Tuesday in GA. It has 0 dead pixels and the backlight bleed is non-existent, better than any picture I've seen posted by any forum user. Probably has better backlight uniformity/lack of bleed than any monitor I've ever owned and I've had 10-15 LCDs. The picture looks like using a 27 inch version of an NEC 20wmgx2, which is one of the top image quality monitors ever released. I paid $700 for one of those NECs right when they came out, and it was a 20 inch IPS.

Mine didn't have any of the issues I've seen reported with these panels such as a buzzing noise from the monitor (which my NEC IPS did have), or minimum brightness being too high. I think mine goes to around 80cdm2 at minimum brightness.

Having said that, I might sell my 27Q anyway. I don't have 20/20 vision and was using a 27" 1080p before this. For my viewing distance and eyesight, I prefer the larger pixels/text personally. Now I'm trying to figure out what I can sell a perfect 27Q for without taking too much of a loss. I'll post pictures of everything if anyone is interested.

The smallest pixel pitch I can handle is 1920x1200 on a 24" which is .27, this one is .23 Some people like smaller pixel density, but it's just not for me.
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Ordered my 27Q LED-P from AW a day or 2 ago just seen that it was marked as dispatched yesterday. I'm excited to see it and get going, though I know im gonna have a nightmare with HM customs in the UK! although the price doesn't bother me its more the delay! Is there a way I can avoid waiting the 5 days or whatever for the letter to arrive informing me it is waiting for me at customs until I pay for its release!?

will keep you updated on my screen!
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I just ordered one from him on Sunday for $397, got it on Tuesday in GA. It has 0 dead pixels and the backlight bleed is non-existent, better than any picture I've seen posted by any forum user. Probably has better backlight uniformity/lack of bleed than any monitor I've ever owned and I've had 10-15 LCDs. The picture looks like using a 27 inch version of an NEC 20wmgx2, which is one of the top image quality monitors ever released. I paid $700 for one of those NECs right when they came out, and it was a 20 inch IPS.

Mine didn't have any of the issues I've seen reported with these panels such as a buzzing noise from the monitor (which my NEC IPS did have), or minimum brightness being too high. I think mine goes to around 80cdm2 at minimum brightness.

Having said that, I might sell my 27Q anyway. I don't have 20/20 vision and was using a 27" 1080p before this. For my viewing distance and eyesight, I prefer the larger pixels/text personally. Now I'm trying to figure out what I can sell a perfect 27Q for without taking too much of a loss. I'll post pictures of everything if anyone is interested.

The smallest pixel pitch I can handle is 1920x1200 on a 24" which is .27, this one is .23 Some people like smaller pixel density, but it's just not for me.

just increase size in windows and don't go back to 1080p.
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