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post #541 of 3099 (permalink) Old 04-19-2013, 02:15 AM
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Alright, time for bed (2am here), I do have a day job.

Here's my second calibration, no more purple! smile.gif I'll have to figure out how to tell you what my monitor brightness is set to so this can be used as intended... the things we have to do for a good deal smile.gif

I did a bit more than nothing on making black more neutral, but not a whole lot.
DUAL-DVI 2013-04-19 D6500 75% neutral 2.2 HQ XYZLUT+MTX.zip 422k .zip file
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Found a bunch of youtube vids of a guy showcasing his QX2710.
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Alright, time for bed (2am here), I do have a day job.

Here's my second calibration, no more purple! smile.gif I'll have to figure out how to tell you what my monitor brightness is set to so this can be used as intended... the things we have to do for a good deal smile.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I did a bit more than nothing on making black more neutral, but not a whole lot.
DUAL-DVI 2013-04-19 D6500 75% neutral 2.2 HQ XYZLUT+MTX.zip 422k .zip file

Wow, brilliant. Thank you for this profile! If you could please find a way to tell us the brightness setting I'm sure we would all be grateful smile.gif

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Found a bunch of youtube vids of a guy showcasing his QX2710.
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That third video did a nice job of showing the assembly. Doesn't bother me at all though really, so long as the quality of the panel itself isn't compromised.

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Well, I don't know what to say but the shipping is extremely fast. It was supposed to be delivered on Monday but somehow it is already in Kentucky and it'll be here by today I hope....
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Wow, I certainly put a low expectation on the case build and the assembly, but this lachen.gif.
Well if it's not broken and the monitor is working fine i got no quarrel.
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Wow, I certainly put a low expectation on the case build and the assembly, but this lachen.gif.
Well if it's not broken and the monitor is working fine i got no quarrel.

Please tell me that's a defective one and all don't come like that.
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Alright, time for bed (2am here), I do have a day job.

Here's my second calibration, no more purple! smile.gif I'll have to figure out how to tell you what my monitor brightness is set to so this can be used as intended... the things we have to do for a good deal smile.gif

I did a bit more than nothing on making black more neutral, but not a whole lot.
DUAL-DVI 2013-04-19 D6500 75% neutral 2.2 HQ XYZLUT+MTX.zip 422k .zip file

Wow there's a big improvement! Gray is really gray now. Thank you very much!!!
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Alright, time for bed (2am here), I do have a day job.

Here's my second calibration, no more purple! smile.gif I'll have to figure out how to tell you what my monitor brightness is set to so this can be used as intended... the things we have to do for a good deal smile.gif

I did a bit more than nothing on making black more neutral, but not a whole lot. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Someone link this in the first post!!


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Well, I don't know what to say but the shipping is extremely fast. It was supposed to be delivered on Monday but somehow it is already in Kentucky and it'll be here by today I hope....

I very much doubt it will be there today, they often have it arrive really close to you and then don't deliver it till the next day. Just to annoy you.

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My monitor arrived from Hulustar yesterday. Shipping was beyond fast. One bad pixel but I have to really focus to notice it. Minor backlight bleeding. If I decided to try and remove the stand I will probably try the fix that was posted previously. I agree that the dvi cable is too short but it will do the job until I get a longer one.

Colors on this monitor are beautiful. It makes my 1080p TN look horrible! Stand really isn't too bad, not sure why people were complaining. The monitor does have the vesa mounting holes on the back (as seen in peoples photos) but like someone previously posted it doesn't look like it comes off easily.
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Please tell me that's a defective one and all don't come like that.

I can't say for sure, my monitor in the way. But i can assume that the monitor in the vid was faulty since no body mentioned in this thread anything about such case.
You can however, expect that the monitor will not be tight sealed, there will be spacing somewhere. But not like the vid.

I think there will be some patching to do with this babe tongue.gif
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