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Hi guys, I've tried everything but is there a way to calibrate my 3 screens. I have no dead pixel, the colors are almost the same, but the whites are different, the right one is more yellow, center is neutral, and the left one is really white blue, like if the white is colder.

Is there a way to adjust that, I've tried with the CCC but no success, if I try to match the whites, I'm messing the other colors.
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dreamseller upset me. He can't ships my lcd within 7 days after get payment. Be attentions, you may waiting shipment or make refund after 10-15 days suspense.
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OK...I got my 4 additional screens from red-cap. I have some mixed feelings about them.

1. They are all the new logo style which I don't like nearly as well as the original.
2. None of them have dead pixels...so that's nice.
3. They all have a weird stuck pixel issue. I'm not sure what the best way to describe this is. I'd almost like to call it a 'dusting' of stuck pixel's. Most of them are along the very right edge of the screens. 3 of the monitors have a ton of these stuck pixels (20-40 of them each along the right side). However, these stuck pixels are very very small...smaller than a 'normal' stuck pixel. Its like they are partially stuck pixels. For instance, on an all black screen, you literally can't see them at all from a normal viewing distance (18 inches +). If I get 6-12 inches away from the screen then I can see them if I look closely.

My original screen didn't have any of this 'stuck pixel dusting'. It did have a single stuck red pixel that was VERY prominent (might have been several right next to each other). I've massaged it and used a pixel repair tool for over a week on it and it has nearly disappeared. However...its still larger than these partial stuck pixels on the new screens. I can still see my red pixel from 18 inches away on an all black screen if I look for it.

Anyways...not sure what to make of this issue. Guess its just part of the grade A- panels we are getting. I was surprised to see all 4 have this issue (although one of them wasn't nearly as bad...only had 5-8 or so). They are small enough you'd never see them during any kind of normal use...even with a very dark background. So its not worth shipping them back...plus three of them are for a neighbor and he's not picky at all. So he'll never even know the screens have this imperfection.

Has anyone else seen this 'stuck pixel dusting' problem?
post #644 of 6483
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Originally Posted by bobn4burton View Post

OK...I got my 4 additional screens from red-cap. I have some mixed feelings about them.
1. They are all the new logo style which I don't like nearly as well as the original.
Has anyone else seen this 'stuck pixel dusting' problem?

Sorry to hear about the pixel dusting problem. I don't have that pixel dusting problem with my CrossOver, just 1 stuck pixel. My CrossOver has the old logo. Seems like the CrossOver folks are using more defective panels than the other manufacturers.

On the positive side, it's a good thing you can't see them during normal use. thumb.gif
Edited by Prothean - 4/13/12 at 12:54pm
post #645 of 6483
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Hi guys, I've tried everything but is there a way to calibrate my 3 screens. I have no dead pixel, the colors are almost the same, but the whites are different, the right one is more yellow, center is neutral, and the left one is really white blue, like if the white is colder.
Is there a way to adjust that, I've tried with the CCC but no success, if I try to match the whites, I'm messing the other colors.

I'm no calibration expert, but I heard that the white point of each screen can vary from monitor to monitor.
post #646 of 6483
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I'm no calibration expert, but I heard that the white point of each screen can vary from monitor to monitor.

This could explain everything, because I tried for hours to match each monitors colors and I couldn't do anything. Its my first experience with Multi monitors.
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Sorry for double post.

Anyone notice the CrossOver top back panel gets really hot?
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post #648 of 6483
The back of the panel does get warm.
But why did they change the logo?
Looks weird.
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Well I rubbed it for a little while but that did not seem to do anything to it. The next time I turned it on it was gone. So far it has not come back.
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Did you do anything or did it go away with general use?

Well I rubbed it for a little while but that did not seem to do anything to it. The next time I turned it on it was gone. So far it has not come back.
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