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Originally Posted by Fahrenheit85 View Post

Hate to quote my own question but I need to know about the gloss
The screens themselves are glossy.
post #5522 of 6483
On a side note:

I heard something ridiculous about water taking off the screen protection material put on the gloss of the 27Q Crossovers. Has anyone heard any truth to this? I usually use a micro fiber towel & drop of water to clean my screens.

How do you guys clean your Korean Glossy Monitors?
Edited by pwspong - 4/3/13 at 1:10pm
post #5523 of 6483
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Originally Posted by kuruptx View Post

I get the same thing when turning it off and on.

And the monitor goes dim out of no where really dark then back to normal. Sometimes half the screen will be a good bit brighter than the other side.

Yeah next time i'm getting a Asus or name brand.

Who on Ebay did you two buy your monitors from?
post #5524 of 6483
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Originally Posted by pwspong View Post

On a side note:

I heard something ridiculous about water taking off the screen protection material put on the gloss of the 27Q Crossovers. Has anyone heard any truth to this? I usually use a micro fiber towel & drop of water to clean my screens.

How do you guys clean your Korean Glossy Monitors?

I think you are hearing that from the people who have taken their panels out to do this. There is a process for removing the AR film matte finish on some screens by removing the panel and taking a damp cloth(s) and letting it sit on the panel. After that they are able to peel the film off.

Like this:
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?p=1039602924

I don't think the 27Q even has the film considering it is glossy already, so I dont think you have to worry about it.

I have always used distilled water mixed with white vinegar 50/50 mix. I think that is basically what the bottles of "screen cleaner" are. I would also get an fine mist sprayer.

They say to stay away from alcohol and ammonia cleaners.
Edited by Pure2sin - 4/3/13 at 1:35pm
post #5525 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Ueberglock View Post

Keep in mind that these monitors do have issues. The more electronics on board, the more likely a device is to be affected. At least that was my reasoning when ordering.

Anyone else have an opinion on this or on the 2720 and 2730 monitors? Those two are the only ones that have the AD and OSD.
post #5526 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Pure2sin View Post

Who on Ebay did you two buy your monitors from?

acessorieswhole
post #5527 of 6483
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Originally Posted by kuruptx View Post

acessorieswhole

Are you past your 1 year warranty? I thought they were the best about returns and making sure you are taking care of?
post #5528 of 6483
I got mine from bigclothcraft , I was asking about the water because yesterday I saw some gunk on my Crossover 27Q and just put a dab of saliva on my micro fiber cloth LOL to wipe it off. It worked but probably could of been a little bit more sanitary about it.
post #5529 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Pure2sin View Post

Are you past your 1 year warranty? I thought they were the best about returns and making sure you are taking care of?

No I just got it 3 weeks ago should I PM them on ebay?
post #5530 of 6483
If it is doing the same thing as mine like you said it was I would. Does it do the same exact thing as my video showed like flickering everywhere of little pixels then stops if you turn it on and off?
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