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Ordered my CrossOver 27QD LED BLADE from dream-seller hopefully he's got good product and this monitor is good im excited !thumb.gif
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All, since I have learned so much from this thread thought I would share my experience with buying a Crossover on EBay. After reading though this thread and others on and off for a few months I ordered a 27Q LED-P from accessories whole Monday night about 5:30pm. Incredibly it was at my doorstep today at 3:10pm - less than 48 hours (I live in California). I set it up, and it appears to work perfectly. After thinking about things I decided not to spend the extra $100 for a pixel perfect version, and just take my chances. I have run a few pixel tests, and as far as I can tell, I have no dead or stuck pixels....So I am pretty happy now. My other monitor is an HP 2511, and the difference with this Crossover is like night and day. At some point, I will probably get a second one since I have a two monitor two PC set up in my home office.

Anyway just wanted to share my experience and say thanks to all as I really learned a lot from this thread.

I do have one parting question - I assume there is no reason one can't use a regular US power cord off the power supply as opposed the Korean power cord with an adapter, yes?

Thanks again.
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If they raised their prices they should honor the price you paid previously since you received a defective monitor. I would contact them again.
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If they raised their prices they should honor the price you paid previously since you received a defective monitor. I would contact them again.
That's what I asked and they said they would not.
As an update to my previous comment I told them that I felt that they did not provide the custom support/service that I had heard from many forums and websites and I was extremely dissapointed. Once they received this message their support team manager contacted me and told me that they are shipping out a new monitor as soon as possible. Hopefully this one works.
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Kind of a no-brainer on their side. Either have your money or not. Don't know why they didn't do that the first time Lol
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They said because they spent so much on shipping the main connector board to me and then they paid for the shipping back to them for the faulty monitor.
But I assumed this was all covered by their "warranty".
Regardless I'm getting my monitor and I'm just going to be happy if it works with little problems with the display.
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So I've been in constant contact with red-cap trying to get my LM27WQ1-SDA2 PCB replaced. This is the LG PCB that's at the top of the monitor in the center, under the metal plate shielding. I have 2 Crossover monitors, and one has been having problems. When I swapped that board, the problem moved from one monitor to the other so I'm fairly certain that's the source of the issue. (Not to mention over the course of the last few weeks red-cap sent me a new LED and Primary PCB, so those have already been replaced and can't be the issue). Sadly today red-cap came back and said that the PCB I need to replace is not user replaceable (despite it being very easily replaced). Actually to be honest the message wasn't clear, the only thing that was clear was that he wanted to send me the LG PCB back to him for whatever reason, while also indicating it wasn't user replaceable (perhaps a language mistake).

So, I'm wondering if anyone on here has an extra one of these PCBs from either a dead monitor or who knows what other situation they'd be willing to let me purchase, or knows any sources. I found a couple sources online from China that appear to sell it, but I don't know how reputable they are and I'd like to order from somewhere in the US if possible.

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/logic-board-quality-guarantee-6870C-0301A-LG-TV-LM27WQ1-SDA2-logic-board-LCD-board-High-quality/720534533.html

Most of the boards that I've found that can be replaced are from this aliexpress.com site, which seems to be an ebay type site for China.

Any feedback is appreciated.
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It seems like if there is an issue its better to shipped the whole monitor back.
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Just got my Crossover 27Q in yesterday from allkillsale. Paid for pixel perfect, and got a pixel perfect monitor. Ordered on Saturday, got here on Tuesday- to the Southern US. Very very satisfied with the monitor. Very uniform panel. There was some backlight bleed when I first plugged it in on the right bezel, but after adjusting the brightness and the gamma, I cannot see it from any angle.

Currently I have it attached to a monoprice desk mount and I'm having some trust issues. Any idea how much this thing weighs without the stand? I've searched this thread and found like 3 different answers. The mount is obviously under some stress, but not enough to where I'm worried that it will come crashing down any second. Had to really put my back into turning the allen wrench to set the resistance as such where it wouldn't sag.

Been lurking OCN for quite a while, but after thumbing through 2340193410978 articles about keyboards and Korean based IPS panels, I thought I might actually post something.
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