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My crossover developed the fade out issue after shipping it through UPS. I posted about this a while ago here with a video, tried to get UPS to pay for a replacement with no luck, so now I've gotten a replacement LED PCB from AW after inspecting it and finding the burn marks on the front and back as seen in the pictures that AW sends around. That PCB arrived the next day, I installed it and everything seemed to be working fine for the rest of the day, then the next morning, the fade outs returned and now it's doing it intermittently. I've contacted AW about this again, but will this be resolved by replacing the main connection PCB, the big blue one in the center? It seems odd that they would both break. Perhaps the main board was damage during the UPS shipment and then the LED board component burned up as a result?

I see some discussion about this in the last couple pages but no real resolution
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I went through every single page of this thread. I noticed how many faulty Crossovers people get. I went through only AW's ebay listing and did some simple math; he sold about 1023 27q Crossover monitors (including led-p and regular stand ones, regular and perfect pixel ones). Based on my calculations, the fault rate is anywhere from 5% to 10+%. Seems pretty high

I'm going to hold off and buy an open box Auria from Microcenter with one year warranty for $360 and sleep without nightmares:)
post #5303 of 6483
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Originally Posted by kalmychkov View Post

I went through every single page of this thread. I noticed how many faulty Crossovers people get. I went through only AW's ebay listing and did some simple math; he sold about 1023 27q Crossover monitors (including led-p and regular stand ones, regular and perfect pixel ones). Based on my calculations, the fault rate is anywhere from 5% to 10+%. Seems pretty high

I'm going to hold off and buy an open box Auria from Microcenter with one year warranty for $360 and sleep without nightmares:)

suit yourself but not everyone gives feedback on ebay...

and this thread has more than enough positive responses and most of the bad monitors people get don't come from AW, or aren't easily fixed. It's the crappy, noname, not top seller ebay rated sellers who are cheaper that are giving out the worse monitors with worse pixel and panel policies.

there used to be a poll in this thread that had TONS of votes in it that was like 90% people getting zero dead pixels perfect monitors, the rest 2-5 dead pixels, and only 2-3% being completely faulty, but since it has disappeared.
Edited by Descadent - 3/17/13 at 2:50pm
post #5304 of 6483
It's been a while since I was here on this thread. I got a 2720MDP last June and it's been working fine until this weekend. I first notice the brightness flickering a couple days ago and then I lost the picture all of a sudden yesterday. Checking all the cable connection and unplugging and re-attaching the DP cable brought the picture back but then it would randomly lose it again. Powering off and back on works for a while to bring the picture for a bit and it eventually would lose it again. Then this afternoon, I lost the picture completely and can't even get the on-screen menu to come up. I read back quite a few pages but all I saw was the recent post about the fade out problem. Mine just do it instantly, no fading. Luckily this unit is less then a year old so I contacted the seller (BCC) but have not heard back yet. Have anyone experience something like this?

P.S. I have another unit at the office so I'm going to take the PSU home tomorrow to see if it's a PSU problem.
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It's been a while since I was here on this thread. I got a 2720MDP last June and it's been working fine until this weekend. I first notice the brightness flickering a couple days ago and then I lost the picture all of a sudden yesterday. Checking all the cable connection and unplugging and re-attaching the DP cable brought the picture back but then it would randomly lose it again. Powering off and back on works for a while to bring the picture for a bit and it eventually would lose it again. Then this afternoon, I lost the picture completely and can't even get the on-screen menu to come up. I read back quite a few pages but all I saw was the recent post about the fade out problem. Mine just do it instantly, no fading. Luckily this unit is less then a year old so I contacted the seller (BCC) but have not heard back yet. Have anyone experience something like this?

P.S. I have another unit at the office so I'm going to take the PSU home tomorrow to see if it's a PSU problem.

Backlight flickering is probably the LED PCB dying.
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Backlight flickering is probably the LED PCB dying.

I think that might be it as I can still use the select button to get it to change input as it will turn blue at 2 place and red at others (I have both DVI and DP connected). Is there anyway to see if there is still an image on the screen without the backlight? Like in a dark room or if you shine a light on the screen?
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Anyone know of a seller that'll sell me a replacement board for the 2720MDP? Sadly Green-Sum will not help me as I didn't by my bunk display from them. :-/
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Try AW but again these sellers might not since you didn't buy from them
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A note on debezelling the Crossover 2720MDP.

I recently purchased three of 2720MDP with the intentions of a triple monitor setup in portrait mode. As you can imagine, this was quite an investment and my much of my satisfaction is hinging on how close the monitors can be mounted. After scouring the internet literally for weeks, I found no prior account of anyone removing the bezel from the 2720MDP, but based information on all the other models of the Korean IPS (Catleap, other Crossovers, etc) I was confident that I would have no issue. I was entirely wrong. Soon as I verified the functionality of all three monitors, I went about removing the bezel from the first one.

Debezelling was an easy process, only 4 screws on the outside, then just pop it open at the seam. I was devastated when I opened it up and discovered that the VESA mount is not actually attached directly to the back of the LCD panel. mad.gif The VESA mount along with the stand and the input ports and speakers are all embedded into the rear plastic of the bezel. There is no way to remove the plastic bezel and leave these components attached to the LCD panel. I suppose it would only be possible with some extensive and risky modification involving drilling holes into the back metal of the panel
Unless I missed a really important step, this is really a disappointment with the crossover MDP.
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