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potty mouth, but that sucks hope they send you the correct one.
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potty mouth, but that sucks hope they send you the correct one.

Apologies, was frustrated. Edited.
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I've been thinking about purchasing one of these, but reading through the last ten or so pages, they seem to be littered with posts about issues with the monitor. Is this the norm with CrossOvers, or is it just a case of satisfied customers not being as likely to post as dissatisfied ones? Also, how big of a difference can there be between the "pixel perfect" models and the regular ones?
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I've been thinking about purchasing one of these, but reading through the last ten or so pages, they seem to be littered with posts about issues with the monitor. Is this the norm with CrossOvers, or is it just a case of satisfied customers not being as likely to post as dissatisfied ones? Also, how big of a difference can there be between the "pixel perfect" models and the regular ones?

it's just a couple of mishaps that's all

in regards to pixel perfect vs. regular. please search the thread. we talk about this allllll time and people still ask it. everything you need to know is already in here
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I've been thinking about purchasing one of these, but reading through the last ten or so pages, they seem to be littered with posts about issues with the monitor. Is this the norm with CrossOvers, or is it just a case of satisfied customers not being as likely to post as dissatisfied ones? Also, how big of a difference can there be between the "pixel perfect" models and the regular ones?

Don't let the unfortunate circumstances of a few discourage you from purchasing a nice monitor.

I picked up a perfect pixel q27 from Ta_Planet and the monitor was on my doorstep in 3 days.

And the screen is amazing. No dead pixels and no backlight bleed.
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been lurking this thread since sunday, wanted to chime in on my experience. ordered a regular 27q led-p monday morning from green-sum.
after reading more i was not sure if i would regret not buying from aw, didn't read til after the fact about their A panels.
either way i received the crossover today via dhl. it looked well packaged and it looked like they handled it well.
pulling the panel out i was very impressed by the quality, it was better than expected.

used my previous dvi cable and power cord. the power brick had a slight hum but not anything too crazy. runs warm but not hot.

booted up with no issues. very little bleeding, only some in the bottom right corner like others have mentioned.
from what i could tell no stuck pixels. colors seemed fairly good out of the box so i decided not to use any color profiles. my whites were already warm and though inexperienced i checked thru a few calibration test and things looked solid. there is some slight color unevenness that is only noticeable when the screen's entirely white (where some of it is slightly more yellowish the other parts), not a big deal though.

setting brightness is a little wonky since theres no indicator, i just turned down the brightness to where it was comfy for my environment.

overall im happy that i've had a smooth experience so far and am quite enjoying the big space upgrade from my dell 2209wa (1680x1050).

so for those who have been nervous about the latest panel issues or anything else, i want to let you know that there are still good panels out there.

green-sum is highly recommended based on shipping speed and package quality.
ill post again if i have any issues, otherwise im gonna go back to lurking.
Edited by smellyfungus - 3/14/13 at 3:47pm
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Originally Posted by xV1ral View Post

I've been thinking about purchasing one of these, but reading through the last ten or so pages, they seem to be littered with posts about issues with the monitor. Is this the norm with CrossOvers, or is it just a case of satisfied customers not being as likely to post as dissatisfied ones? Also, how big of a difference can there be between the "pixel perfect" models and the regular ones?

Also if there is a problem, most good sellers will work with you to resolve the problem. I think you can buy with confidence, but choose one of the top recommended sellers.
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I got a reply from Green-Sum regarding my monitor issues.

Dear lholozon_86,

Hello,
If you would like us to check your monitor to diagnose the problem, you need to send it to us.
If you can fix it by your self, if you are technical enough, you can order the part from us.
Let us know serial number of your monitor and send us the picture you need to replace.
We are not sure which part is having the issue through your explanation.
In terms of international transaction, shipping back and forth may take time, let us know if you would like to send it back.
I will inform you shipping address where you need to ship to.

Regarding the part, there is only one type of board which is green color.
Refer the attached photo.
Thank you.



- green-sum

I assume it's the green PCB, I don't know what to do, I don't want to ship it back, it might take too much time. What should I do? Should I get that green board? Or explain to the seller in broader detail? Or send it back?
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I got a reply from Green-Sum regarding my monitor issues.

Dear lholozon_86,

Hello,
If you would like us to check your monitor to diagnose the problem, you need to send it to us.
If you can fix it by your self, if you are technical enough, you can order the part from us.
Let us know serial number of your monitor and send us the picture you need to replace.
We are not sure which part is having the issue through your explanation.
In terms of international transaction, shipping back and forth may take time, let us know if you would like to send it back.
I will inform you shipping address where you need to ship to.

Regarding the part, there is only one type of board which is green color.
Refer the attached photo.
Thank you.



- green-sum

I assume it's the green PCB, I don't know what to do, I don't want to ship it back, it might take too much time. What should I do? Should I get that green board? Or explain to the seller in broader detail? Or send it back?

Just get the board! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Lholozon86 View Post

I got a reply from Green-Sum regarding my monitor issues.

Dear lholozon_86,

Hello,
If you would like us to check your monitor to diagnose the problem, you need to send it to us.
If you can fix it by your self, if you are technical enough, you can order the part from us.
Let us know serial number of your monitor and send us the picture you need to replace.
We are not sure which part is having the issue through your explanation.
In terms of international transaction, shipping back and forth may take time, let us know if you would like to send it back.
I will inform you shipping address where you need to ship to.

Regarding the part, there is only one type of board which is green color.
Refer the attached photo.
Thank you.



- green-sum

I assume it's the green PCB, I don't know what to do, I don't want to ship it back, it might take too much time. What should I do? Should I get that green board? Or explain to the seller in broader detail? Or send it back?

easier to do it yourself. do exactly what they say send picture etc. get the new board
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