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post #741 of 6483
I think the p would be better as it tilt's real nice! just wish they did it with a white base.And it's the normal model i have not the glass, and here is the link to red-cap http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/330702377080.
post #742 of 6483
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After finding about all the stuck pixels on my monitor and being disappointed as hell, I contacted red-cap. They were helpful and resolved the problem to the point where I was satisfied. After what happened with my monitor though, they wanted me to share with everyone that from now on they will be checking the monitors before shipping them out. Sounds like good news to the rest of you that plan on buying one and were worried about getting one that was bad.

You didn't really give info on what red-cap did for you? Did he ship you a new monitor and you send the old one back?

How did he resolve you issue?
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post #743 of 6483
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You didn't really give info on what red-cap did for you? Did he ship you a new monitor and you send the old one back?
How did he resolve you issue?

I got a partial refund.
post #744 of 6483
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Out of curiousity since most of us paid extra to get the Crossover for it's nice stands what drew you to them rather than to their slightly cheaper cousins? Since admittedly without the stand I probably would've gone with the PCBANKS or even played the Catleap panel lottery.
I assume it was the general sense of a better build quality with it's metal (rather than plastic) backs?

Well I wasn't going to use the stands anyways, I desk-mounted all of mine. I was going to buy the LED-P and sell off the stands then figured it wasn't worth the hassle in the end. I got mine for $350ea which is less than I paid for my first Catleap ($375). Still waiting for my stupid DP adapter before I can have all 3 running though.

The build quality is definitely superior to the other models (At least the Catleap). The only design flaw I've seen was the VESA mounting right behind the LCD Controller. As shown by some other pictures here. Besides that you can go bezel-less pretty effortlessly (And keep the buttons) if you have the tools to cut the metal back plate which wasn't possible on the Catleap. And I preferred the simple square look to it.

I believe they're all equal in terms of panel lottery, I wouldn't listen to the one review site that ranked the PCBANKS higher, I think it was just a lucky panel in the sample. LG makes panels, bins them, sells them. It's the luck of the draw with any of these manufacturers. I believe there was a fuss about Apple Cinema Display 27" that also had the yellow tint. I didn't notice it until I dropped my brightness down a bit. If I run at max brightness (not too bad in my opinion) then it's less noticeable.
Edited by jbuschdev - 4/20/12 at 4:12pm
post #745 of 6483
I just got 1 Crossover 27QLED and connectec to my computer but the screen never on no matter how I tried. Tried to connect thro DVI-D to HDMI cable or DIV-D to DVI-D, still the same. Hope some1 here can post me a solution for this....Cable and power adapter are working fine...

Furthermore when I tried to connect Crossover to the PS3 by the DVI-D to HDMI cable. The monitor only turn on when I open a game... and it auto off when I quit the game... tried it with my other monitor Alienware everything fine... So is this hardware fault or?

My spec:
Asrock Extreme 4 X79
Asus HD6970 Cuii
Asus HDAV 1.3 Deluxe

Thx a lot.

Edit: After hours of research... I think I find out that every1 must use a DisplayPort to DVI-D adapter for this monitor? Not sure if Im right on this or not... but if Im right then which cable should I buy?
Edited by zankart - 4/21/12 at 12:09pm
post #746 of 6483
So you get an image when you plug it into your PS3?

I'm a bit confused. You don't need DP to Dual-link DVI unless you're running 3 monitors or don't have any Dual-link DVI ports on your computer.

Try a different Dual-link DVI cable if you can.
post #747 of 6483
ye I was surprised myself... but yes when in-game of the ps3 I got image for crossover 27q led-p. It meant I have to use another monitor to start the game cuz it all black for the 27Q Led-P. Both cables (DVI-D to DVI-D, DVI-D to HDIM) are working fine as I tried them with my other monitor... anyway that is the only DVI-D to DVI-D cable I have cuz it comes along with the 27Q Led-p monitor...

Im thinking about DP to Dual-link DVI because... I tried google, search for driver, fix etc.... but nothing I found solve the problem....(or maybe I found at wrong place?) so DP to Dual-link DVI is the only solution I still haven't tried yet....
PLus does any1 here have English Manual for this monitor? I received full korean manual...
Edited by zankart - 4/21/12 at 1:22pm
post #748 of 6483
Can anybody recommend a slim mount for this monitor that would work on a lathe and plaster wall? I live in a pre-WWI house and this thing overpowers my current desk. Would look great mounted flat against the back wall.
post #749 of 6483
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ye I was surprised myself... but yes when in-game of the ps3 I got image for crossover 27q led-p. It meant I have to use another monitor to start the game cuz it all black for the 27Q Led-P. Both cables (DVI-D to DVI-D, DVI-D to HDIM) are working fine as I tried them with my other monitor... anyway that is the only DVI-D to DVI-D cable I have cuz it comes along with the 27Q Led-p monitor...
Im thinking about DP to Dual-link DVI because... I tried google, search for driver, fix etc.... but nothing I found solve the problem....(or maybe I found at wrong place?) so DP to Dual-link DVI is the only solution I still haven't tried yet....
PLus does any1 here have English Manual for this monitor? I received full korean manual...

Well it seems some of these monitors were finicky with the DVI cable, so I'd suggest trying a new one before going the DP to DVI route (expensive as you need an Active Dual-link adapter, minimum $60-70 for new).
post #750 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Syrk View Post

After finding about all the stuck pixels on my monitor and being disappointed as hell, I contacted red-cap. They were helpful and resolved the problem to the point where I was satisfied. After what happened with my monitor though, they wanted me to share with everyone that from now on they will be checking the monitors before shipping them out. Sounds like good news to the rest of you that plan on buying one and were worried about getting one that was bad.

Correct me if i'm wrong, on their website they only indicate that they will be doing the check for faulty monitor that is faulty and don't think they are helping us check for the dead/bright/stuck pixel right? I also ordered from them and hope they will inspect my monitor before sending.
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