Originally Posted by berlinspc
Hi, I am from Germnay! So here the send back price to Korea depending between 65$ and 118$ for different sizes.
And we have a 14 days send back time which allows me to send the monitor back without a reason. Sooo if it has some dead pixel I can send the monitor back for (when I have luck with the size of the packaging) 65$.
All 30" monitors are wide gamut and are meant to cover the Adobe RGB Color space while consumer media is created with the sRGB color space in mind. A 30" monitor will make colors look over-saturated & unnatural and will make content not look the way it was intended to by the creators. All 30" CCF back-lit 30" monitors use grainy matte coatings
All matte 30" CCFL back-lit panels use the same grainy coating. This image shows the affect of different coatings on pixels, notice how distorted the 3020MDP pixels look compared to the U2713H/HM, PB278Q and VP2770 (as well as a few others).http://www.overclockers.ru/images/lab/2013/04/18/1/33_kristaleffect_big.jpg
Far superior monitors such as the ViewSonic VP2770, Eizo EV2736W, Dell U2713HM and Asus PB278Q are available for around the same price as the Yamakasi and have much better black levels, non grainy matte coatings and better (more accurate) colors since they cover the sRGB color space.
If you want the content you view daily to look proper do not buy one of these Korean 30" monitors.