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Has Yamakasi DS270 common problems? (bleeding light issues and yellow white). Does it work with DVI-D @ full resolution (2560 x 1440)?

I do not have a bleeding or yellow issue and zero dead pixels.
It is a fairly bright screen, which is find for me.
My Yamakasi DS270 works fine at 2560X1440, using a dual link DVI-D cable, plugged into the graphics card's DVI-D port.
I'm even able to also use my Asus VE278 27" (1920X1080) with it for a dual monitor setup.
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I was undecided for S-IPS Yamakasi q270 jupiter. But this Yamakasi DS270 seems better. ..
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I was undecided for S-IPS Yamakasi q270 jupiter. But this Yamakasi DS270 seems better. ..

If your in the USA, Monoprice sells their version the AH-IPS 27" paneled monitor for around the same price as the Yamakasi DS270 (shipped from Korea)
Also you can order Korean paneled monitors thru Newegg, they still ship from Korea, but Newegg handles the support.
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I come from Italy and I don't know how to buy. On ebay there are sellers that for now are currently not shipping in some countries including Europe
Edited by fabfab - 4/1/14 at 8:20am
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If your in the USA, Monoprice sells their version the AH-IPS 27" paneled monitor for around the same price as the Yamakasi DS270 (shipped from Korea)
Also you can order Korean paneled monitors thru Newegg, they still ship from Korea, but Newegg handles the support.

Another question... DS270 has brightness, colour, colour temperature and OSD controls?
post #16 of 28
The single input (dual-link dvi only) 2560x1440 Korean monitors only have brightness controls and no menu while the multi-input monitors have brightness and color controls which can be seen in a menu, but they also have a slight delay to moderate delay (1-2 frames of input lag or 17-33ms).

The 2560x1440 AH-IPS panels do not have good black levels since they use Plasma Deposition Coating which you will have to Google since I am not allowed to provide links to my work on this forum. Fortunately there are plenty of glossy options to pick from like the Crossover 27QD LED Blade (single input), Crossover 2720MDP and Crossover 2730MD (the 2720MDP and 2730MD are the same but the 2730MD has less inputs).

If you want a non-reflective (matte) 2560x1440 monitor check out the HP ZR2740W since it is as cheap as many of the Korean monitors in some countries and offers similar performance.
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post #17 of 28
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The single input (dual-link dvi only) 2560x1440 Korean monitors only have brightness controls and no menu while the multi-input monitors have brightness and color controls which can be seen in a menu, but they also have a slight delay to moderate delay (1-2 frames of input lag or 17-33ms).

The 2560x1440 AH-IPS panels do not have good black levels since they use Plasma Deposition Coating which you will have to Google since I am not allowed to provide links to my work on this forum. Fortunately there are plenty of glossy options to pick from like the Crossover 27QD LED Blade (single input), Crossover 2720MDP and Crossover 2730MD (the 2720MDP and 2730MD are the same but the 2730MD has less inputs).

If you want a non-reflective (matte) 2560x1440 monitor check out the HP ZR2740W since it is as cheap as many of the Korean monitors in some countries and offers similar performance.

I'm looking for a good monitor to make advertising graphics. I prefer a glossy screen, even without front glass. The AH-IPS seemed more powerful. What do you think of the AHVA panels? (Yamakasi q270 jupiter)
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Yamakasi can do 130 hz???
post #19 of 28
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Originally Posted by Tacoboy View Post

If your in the USA, Monoprice sells their version the AH-IPS 27" paneled monitor for around the same price as the Yamakasi DS270 (shipped from Korea)
Also you can order Korean paneled monitors thru Newegg, they still ship from Korea, but Newegg handles the support.

Another question... DS270 has brightness, colour, colour temperature and OSD controls?

My Yamakasi DS270 model is the one that only comes with a single input and it's DVI-D.
It has 7 control buttons on it, but only three function, one it the power, the other two control brightness, the other four do not work.
I guess Yamakasi could make the DS270 cheaper by not including the electrics that control color and temperature.
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post #20 of 28
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My Yamakasi DS270 model is the one that only comes with a single input and it's DVI-D.
It has 7 control buttons on it, but only three function, one it the power, the other two control brightness, the other four do not work.
I guess Yamakasi could make the DS270 cheaper by not including the electrics that control color and temperature.

I read that korean monitors with other connections (HDMI, DP, etc.) well as with the DVI-D, are affected by input delay. What is "input delay"?
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