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I'm not able to test a game console or component input, but I did test HDMI from the PC - no issues. Also, I just connected the DisplayPort and am running full resolution now.
The color profile is attached. CrossOver-2720mdp_05-08-2012.zip 4k .zip file

Thank you! Do you mind to check for the backlight bleeding and uneven backlight as well?
post #892 of 6483
There is slight and uneven backlight bleeding visible on a black screen - some quality is to be desired here.
post #893 of 6483
Took the bite and got a crossover 27q, the non pivoting version. Came in approximately 5 days total from the moment i hit the checkout on Ebay. Actually 4 and a half.

Impressions:

-damn! this thing is huge. My puny desk didn't event know what hit it
- vibrant colors. A bit towards cold on the Kelvin spectrum
- very solid construction from what i can tell
-glossy but not quite. I'm coming from a HP ZR22W ( ultra mate) but had a shiny one beforehand. This seems to get it right.
-checked for hot/dead pixels and i can't see any right now. I Will check in a complete dark room later tonight.

Will post pictures in a gallery format in the following hours. We'll see how that goes.

Until now it looks to be money well spent
post #894 of 6483
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Originally Posted by viox View Post

Took the bite and got a crossover 27q, the non pivoting version. Came in approximately 5 days total from the moment i hit the checkout on Ebay. Actually 4 and a half.
Impressions:
-damn! this thing is huge. My puny desk didn't event know what hit it
- vibrant colors. A bit towards cold on the Kelvin spectrum
- very solid construction from what i can tell
-glossy but not quite. I'm coming from a HP ZR22W ( ultra mate) but had a shiny one beforehand. This seems to get it right.
-checked for hot/dead pixels and i can't see any right now. I Will check in a complete dark room later tonight.
Will post pictures in a gallery format in the following hours. We'll see how that goes.
Until now it looks to be money well spent

Who did you buy from? And is it perfect pixel?
post #895 of 6483
Purchased my Crossover on May 4th (late); shipped on the 7th; received it yesterday early afternoon the 8th on the East coast. Purchased from AccessoriesWhole- who claims he is an authorized seller for Crossover, thus having better panels. I concur:

- Perfect condition; not a single physical defect of the housing or panel;
- Tested for stuck/dead pixels: passed with flying colors;
- Shipped with a 100-240 1.8a 50/60hz 24v 5a A/C adapter, that runs ultra cool (which is a wonderful aspect of this purchase... one less headache);
- Shipped with a universal to USA plug adapter which I didn't need... just used one of my higher rated PSU cables;
- Beautiful glossy screen;
- Very minor bleed in the bottom right corner near the LED power light; only visible when on a black screen at boot up; frankly this no different than the Anti-Glare glow that I had on my DoubleSight DS-263 which just failed on me after 4.5 years of wonderful service (gonna do a cap replacement job on that unit);
- Some banding at first power up on a white screen that has promptly disappeared;
- Definitely check how you insert the power plug- flat side TOWARDS the unit;
- Recommend that you insert your DVI and power cords before you place your unit on your desk; very hard to see what you are doing; mine almost fell off the desk pedestal, just caught it in time;
- Suggest that you run your two cables through the hole in the back mounting pedestal;
- AccessoriesWhole really did not wrap this comparable to how other sellers have done; literally one layer of thin grade bubble wrap; fortunately Fedex DID NOT maul this package (this time!); and this is an exceptional high grade cardboard package, probably better than anything I've ever seen... thus much more resistant to puncture, holing, or crushing. Definitely was concerned when I first saw the bubble wrap. But the unit was firmly centered in its foam protective housing; all accessories, cables, etc. well bubble wrapped and placed at the back of the unit;
- Unit was double covered in wrap and foam paper; pedestal covered in adhesive film (the iphone like base is covered as well);
- New style logo; kinda sorta odd, but the quality of the display far outways the odd logo; and you don't even notice it;
- Running this on a Asus DCII 6970 without a hitch- DX 11 Shogun 2 at highest setting... very nice; have not tried it yet on Skyrim;
- Using GPU scaling... essentially seamless compatibility with any programs that are not quite up to snuff for 2560x1440;
- Unit ultra cool; night and day difference from the DoubleSight and my BenQ;
- Windows 7 recognizes the monitor right away;
- Currently using the ICM profile posted back on page 60 or so; a little too toned down on the white levels for me, though the ICM I created upon calibrating is too vibrant; so I'll continue to use the one posted here on OC for the time being (thank you for posting that);

At $377.00 this unit was a lot cheaper than my DS-263 and my BenQ v2400w; and I couldn't be more pleased. It's so good and at such a positive price point, I feel like I got a steal.

Highly recommend AccessoriesWhole; though I would suggest you ask him to wrap it better; I will mention that to him separately before I leave my positive feedback.

From my perspective this is a no-brainer deal; and you will not be disappointed.

P.S. Includes power cable; DVI-D DL cable (seems okay.... no issues, though I ordered some additional ones from NewEgg just to be safe. And a small 4 page manual in Korean.
Edited by Valkryie - 5/9/12 at 8:01pm
post #896 of 6483
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Purchased my Crossover on May 4th (late); shipped on the 7th; received it yesterday early afternoon the 8th on the East coast. Purchased from AccessoriesWhole- who claims he is an authorized seller for Crossover, thus having better panels. I concur:

Did they mark your package as a gift?
post #897 of 6483
I have actually contacted Accessorieswhole about getting a certificate of origination for future purchases of this monitor - if/when they get that sorted out, you don't have to worry about them posting it as a gift, as it will be covered under the US/Korea FTA, with 0% import duties. I got hit with 5% ad valorem on the one unit I have gotten so far, waiting on them getting the certificate of origination before I bite the bullet on the other 2 . (12.50 duty, and like 6 bucks for fedex prepaying for me, so 20$ additional on the one I got)
Consider contacting vendors and seeing if they have/can get one of these if you are importing one of these to the US, it will save you a few bucks tongue.gif
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I'm not in the U.S. lol
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That's interesting about the ad valorem tax you got hit with. Somehow I didn't get that (shipped to California from AccessoriesWhole). The documentation in my shipment had an invoice price with an amount the seller was considerate to generally inform me about beforehand in the auction. Even with a tax I think these monitors are a no-brainer based on the price/performance. Though I have to admit, I was a wee bit concerned about it shipping halfway around the world. Amazingly, via FedEx Intl Express it arrived in a ONE DAY from S. Korea to CA!
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Who did you buy from? And is it perfect pixel?

DCsamsungmall. The one that sold the most out of what i know. 370 with the regular pixel policy

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