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post #5631 of 6483
I am waiting back to hear from AW.

I think just about any 4pin power supply will work. I know there are a lot of them on Ebay and such but you just have to make sure it has the right specs.
post #5632 of 6483
Hey Guys this is my black light is this normal LED Bleed?

Acceptable?





The second one is a bad photo taken in dark room, little out of focus you only see it in black areas, i turned my brightness 5 notches down from max brightness just curious is this okay?
post #5633 of 6483
Got the crossover27q, amazing product, couldn't be happier with it. Contrast is incredible. but please,

How the hell do I clean this without scratching it or ruining the monitor? I have flies in the house and cant do anything about it, And already my screen has heaps of FLy vomit/crap on it.. I dont trust all the Google search results, this is too expensive to screw up. Any help will be MUCH appreciated, thanks.
post #5634 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Sandoness View Post

Got the crossover27q, amazing product, couldn't be happier with it. Contrast is incredible. but please,

How the hell do I clean this without scratching it or ruining the monitor? I have flies in the house and cant do anything about it, And already my screen has heaps of FLy vomit/crap on it.. I dont trust all the Google search results, this is too expensive to screw up. Any help will be MUCH appreciated, thanks.

White vinegar and distilled water 50/50 mix in a sprayer with a fine mist. A microfiber towel of some sort should also be used. In most cases you should not directly spray the solution on the monitor but should spray some on the towel then wipe the monitor.

Not sure why you have flies but I am betting you could get rid of them? lol
post #5635 of 6483
Ok thanks, Ill give it a try dude.

Do I just spray it onto the cloth, then let te monitor dry by itself?
I mean this fly stuff seems pretty tough to get off, its hard enough getting it off the bezel with my nails, im worried im going to press too hard or wipe excessively.
I live in NZ and right now its at the peak temperature and humidity for these things to breed like nuts. When im out at work i cant exactly do a whole lot. I've become more aggressive with the rolled up newspaper and flyspray now though.
post #5636 of 6483
Spray it on the cloth and wipe down the monitor in the spots you need it. You shouldn't be soaking the cloth though. You should be just putting enough to dampen the cloth to the point where you can wipe it off with another side of the cloth.
post #5637 of 6483
Hello I am looking for another 1440p IPS to possibly replace my Catleap. I'm looking at the Crossover 27Q since I only need the 1 DVI port model. I would like to get the original 27Q over the Blade version since the original version's stand looks so much better and is adjustable, and I won't use monitor speakers anyway. My question is do the original 27Q 's still have the blue tint that was brought up a year ago?

Original 27Q owners, how have these monitors lasted for you and would you recommend it still? Are the Crossovers still the better K-IPS monitors out there?

Thank you,
Sjors
post #5638 of 6483
Just to let you guys know, my monitor is still rocking hard. Though there is something strange going on every now and then (my monitor seems to display some strange image for a second, and then goes back to normal), I'm still happy with it.

I just came to warn anyone thinking of purchasing one, that never has purchased something from such a far away place and is unaware of the customs tax. I'm in the UK, and like my previous posts stated, I got my monitor and no mentioning of customs whatsoever. Now, when I've had my monitor for like 2 weeks or something, I got a letter yesterday, and it was stating that I had to pay just a little over 30£ in customs.

So you might actually have to pay it quite some time later after you've purchased it! Just bear that in mind if, like me, you'd assume you wouldn't have to pay tax and then spend the money elsewhere. I'm now just hoping it's okay if I just pay it at the end of the month, seeing as I don't have enough cash to pay them now.

Regards.
post #5639 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Pure2sin View Post

Anyone else hearing a high pitched noise when their monitor is first turned on?

Also

Anyone with a 27QD with speakers....Do you hear a popping noise when turning your monitor on and off?

I get the popping sound on my 27qd, I believe it's static or some such. Somebody in this thread had opened it up and disconnected the speakers to stop the popping.

Loving my 27qd, contemplating getting a second crossover with more inputs for my consoles...
post #5640 of 6483
I've just bought a Pixel Perfect 27Q LED-P crossover from accesorieswhole. Reading this thread convinced me to take the risk. 1440p monitors around here are expensive (around USD 1000), so getting one for USD 630 (including local taxes) was too tempting. I'll post my impression when it arrives.
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