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Auria and Crossover are the SAME LG panel. As are all the korean monitors. whether they are 8 bit or 10bit. 8bit being more favorable. They come from same factory off the same line.

They can go up to 120hz on some models, but they use frame skipping to get there. Only real 120hz monitor is from overlord OR you buy a pcb from them and put it in your crossover.
Edited by Descadent - 3/24/13 at 7:54am
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ugh double post
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Originally Posted by Descadent View Post

Auria and Crossover are the SAME LG panel. As are all the korean monitors. whether they are 8 bit or 10bit. 8bit being more favorable. They come from same factory off the same line.

They can go up to 120hz on some models, but they use frame skipping to get there. Only real 120hz monitor is from overlord OR you buy a pcb from them and put it in your crossover.

Is this directed at me, because I don't know.
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directed at last 4 posts

Thanks for clearing that up...
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Ordered mine from accessorieswhole (link) on March 19 and it arrived on March 21 : Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Tested for pixel issues with lcd2 from flexcode (link) and spotted no dead, sub or stuck pixels.
On day three and still no problems.

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tehpsyc, what you describe sound's like a bad capacitor. Have you checked the secondary pcb (I have not seen the PCB's for the crossover at all so I'm guessing) for bulged caps?
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New auria with AG is not the same as crossover, the word on the street that it has 10bit wide gamut panel, prob the same as dell u2711. So it's a totally diff beast
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Originally Posted by Descadent View Post

Auria and Crossover are the SAME LG panel. As are all the korean monitors. whether they are 8 bit or 10bit. 8bit being more favorable. They come from same factory off the same line.

They can go up to 120hz on some models, but they use frame skipping to get there. Only real 120hz monitor is from overlord OR you buy a pcb from them and put it in your crossover.

I'm pretty sure kalmychkov is right, the new Auria is CFL backlit and has the same atrocious AG coating as the Dell U2711.. Someone that opened their new one up in another forum actually said it was a Dell U2711 panel inside. The new ones have side cardboard handles and the old one used to have a plastic top handle on the box.

Went to Microcenter yesterday to grab one since I wanted the multiple inputs, turns out the old glossy Aurias are no where to be found. I've been lurking around this thread and ended up ordering the Crossover Gold from AW earlier today. Hopefully I get a good one!
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Let's refer to this as the dim out / fade out / black out issue. … Guess they'll have to send out lots of new PCBs …
Just for information, AccessoriesWhole sent me a new controller board. It arrived last Monday, and it's been working fine so far, which, of course, would have to be expected! smile.gif I hope it'll outlast its predecessors, which only lasted two weeks. Well, bad batches happen, and as long as there's a replacement coming, I can live with it …
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tehpsyc, what you describe sound's like a bad capacitor. Have you checked the secondary pcb (I have not seen the PCB's for the crossover at all so I'm guessing) for bulged caps?

I did look but I didn't see anything. I'll crack it open again tonight and take another look but so far its got 2 brand new PCBs in it, only the small PCB that the power/brightness adjust buttons are connected to and the LG PCBs are left. I suspect its one of the LG PCBs; I can upload pictures of all the PCBs if you think you could spot a messed up capacitor

UPDATE: Decided to just crack it open now, definitely no signs of bulging anywhere. The new PCBs look fine, and I check all 3 LG PCBs under the metal panel. I even popped off the LCD brightness/Power buttons and check that board, which was fine. I snapped some pictures but the lighting isn't great and the camera didn't capture them very well. I'm 99% sure there is no visible signs of capacitor swelling. I do notice an audible buzzing coming from just that monitor when it is displaying something though, not when the screen is blanked out however.

UPDATE2: I decided randomly to time how long it takes the monitor to come alive - it takes exactly 9 minutes. I timed it 5 times and every time was exactly the same, 9 minutes on the dot. How bizarre anyone have any ideas what is going on?
Edited by tehpsyc - 3/24/13 at 8:14pm
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