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Hey guys im looking for some nice color profiles for my Crossover LED Blade anyone post any never downloaded none want to try a great one out?
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Originally Posted by kuruptx View Post

Hey guys im looking for some nice color profiles for my Crossover LED Blade anyone post any never downloaded none want to try a great one out?

I found these:

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/icc_profiles.htm#c

I am using the 2720MDP profile right now but the other ones are good too.
post #5643 of 6483
I had to send a video to AW to see what was going on with the popping and the buzzing/high pitch from my monitor.

They think it is the inverter and have forwarded the issue to Crossover to see what they want to do. I will report back when I hear back from AW
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Anyone have any experience taking apart a 2720MDP. Bigclothcraft is sending me a new inverter board but they are not sure they can supply any document on how to dismantle the unit. So far I remove the 4 screws hold the stand onto the back and I removed the 4 screws on the bottom in the back but I see no other screws and the front and back half is not separating (It's not simply lifting off and I really don't want to force it yet). So if anyone have any experience opening the unit up. Drop me a note or reply here/ Thanks.
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Hi Wizz is a simple job to do

1. Lock your stand with the big screw otherwise it will shoot up when you remove the monitor.

2. Remove the screws that hole the monitor to the stand and remove your panel

3. Remove the screws at the rear I think there was four but they are clearly visable.

4. Next you need to insert a thin tool between the bezel and main monitor body, working your way round carefully to prise it off. I used a plastic door wedge biggrin.gif and would recommend using something plastic to ovoid damaging the bezel.

5. You can then lift up the LCD panel itself it just held in place with clips and detach the video lead. Care is needed with the lead as it is construction is flimsy.

6. Once the lcd panel is removed you have access to driver boards etc under a bit of tin wear.
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Guys I'm playing in a dark room with very little light the one profile I'm using some say make it reddish what's the best profile for my enviroment
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Thanks for the help .I was just afraid that I might have missed a screw or there were some snap tight joints that I have to be careful with. I'll give it another go.
Edited by Wiz33 - 4/19/13 at 9:58am
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I just noticed something guys. Look where the Crossover 2720MDP Gold is on this chart. (Sorted by the purple bar's value in ascending order, look for 9.7)
http://down.playwares.com/xe/files/attach/images/53/296/087/41b1accbf0d1ede9e1d0ced2f13325df.jpg

From here. They rated the Crossover 2720MDP at 9.7ms, where as my single DVI Catleap is rated at 11.4ms. How is a multi input faster than a single input, or is this testing inaccurate? If it is indeed faster, I'm going to get this monitor to replace my Catleap. I need a multi input but I'm afraid they're all slower than my Catleap.
Edited by apav - 4/18/13 at 10:39pm
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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.
the same happened to me. A week later i got a letter from fedex, and now i have to pay 86,50€ . So total price is 421€ for the monitor.
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my crossover 27Q is still running tops wink.gif
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