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post #5311 of 6483
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Hey i got a quick question, what is the 1600p equivilant to this monitor? http://www.ebay.com/itm/CROSSOVER-27Q-LED-P-27-DVI-Dual-S-IPS-QHD-2560X1440-16-9-Pivot-Tilt-Monitor-/110869169169?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item19d0514411 Thanks

Don't think you will find a 27" 2560x1600. You'll have to move up to the 30" one to get that.
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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.

The is not a crossover problem. Should have came here and asked as I'm sure someone have taken apart a 2720MDP before.
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Don't think you will find a 27" 2560x1600. You'll have to move up to the 30" one to get that.


obviously, I mean the 30' 1600p equivalent
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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.

Did you get yours with the "Pivot" stand? I don't think mine has that problem. Could you by chance take some photos if you decide to take the thing apart again and post it here?
post #5315 of 6483
Update on my Crossover Q27 "blackout" problem from about 5 pages back. Had contacted AW and they said they would supply the replacement PCB (it was the central main PCB, blue originally). Replacement arrived within 3 days, (unfortunately, due to local customs and charges, I had to pay some money for it), replaced it yesterday night, and so far, it has been working fine. Lesse how long it works...

My only concern now seems to be the life of these monitors / parts. When someone buys a Dell / Asus or anything else, u know ur monitor is gonna last really long. My last viewsonic worked for 5.5 yrs ... in this case we dont have a decent history (most products have been sold within the last 1 yr), and sooner or later, the support / warranty is gonna go away.

While one can argue the same works for a Dell / Asus etc., the reliability of those things is higher than Korean monitors, rite ?
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Did you get yours with the "Pivot" stand? I don't think mine has that problem. Could you by chance take some photos if you decide to take the thing apart again and post it here?

The stand I have only tilts forward and back along one axis. I think the 2720MDP only has this stand.

Also, the only mounting option I now can think of would be something like this:
http://www.esiergo.com/products/monitorsolutions/ENCLOZE.asp
Expensive.
Plus, the ports, which are only attached to the monitor via the tiny cable connections, would have to be secured somehow.
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post #5318 of 6483
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A note on debezelling the Crossover 2720MDP. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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.

I can understand disappointment, but how at same time when the monitor wasn't meant to be taken apart normally tongue.gif
post #5319 of 6483
I can assume that these monitors are not 70% considering that they are cheap, not to say they are bad. My seller won't help me with warranty but to either send back my monitor but it will cost $$$$$$ and wait or charge me $50 USD for a PCB. It's not that I am out of options. I know I should do my "homework" but it doesn't hurt trying your own selle first.
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does anyone think the white crossover monitors are going to be a sane price soon? the prices are between $500 and $1500 thats over a THOUSAND more than the black one and the ONLY difference being the bezel frown.gif
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