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Monoprice IPS Monitors: 27" IPS-Glass Panel Pro 2560x1440 LED Monitor w/ DisplayPort $427, 27" IPS Zero-G 2560x1440 LED Monitor EXPIRED

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Promoted 06-13-2013 at 06:13 PM View Original Post
Monoprice has a few of their IPS Monitors on sale. Save an extra 10% off select items with coupon code E32013. Shipping varies depending on item and zip code. Thanks TigerFiesta2122

Note, refer to forum thread for additional deals

Notable deals after 10% offSpecs
  • 27" Monoprice IPS-Glass Panel Pro
    • Resolution: 2560x1440
    • Contrast Ratio: 80,000:1 Dynamic
    • Response Time: 6ms
    • Inputs: VGA, Dual Link DVI-D, DisplayPort v1.2, HDMI
  • 30" Monoprice IPS CrystalPro
    • Resolution: 2560x1600
    • Contrast Ratio: 1,000:1 (DCR 1,000,000:1)
    • Response Time: 6ms
    • Inputs: Dual Link DVI-D
  • 27" Monoprice IPS-ZERO-G
    • Resolution: 2560x1440
    • Contrast Ratio: 80,000:1 Dynamic
    • Response Time: 6ms
    • Inputs: Dual Link DVI-D, VGA

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Edited June 10, 2013 at 11:16 PM by widgit
Looks like Monoprice is doing a promotional 10% off due to E3 happening this week.

Put "e32013" in the coupon code to reduce any order under $800 for 10% off!

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#76
Quote from FeloniusMonkey View Post :
I think you're jumping to conclusions a bit, and I don't want people getting the wrong idea about what I was asking. No one but Monoprice truly knows where they make their money and where/when they can afford to make concessions to woo more business. I'm just curious how other SDers feel about Monoprice's shipping model.
I wasn't trying to add any extra meaning to your words, just a response influenced by all the people on SD that complain anytime there is a shipping charge.
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Quote from 5thElement View Post :
These monitors use PWM dimming. Say goodbye to your eye balls....
What's the issue with PWM dimming?
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Quote from Bdubslawman :
Is there a known expiration date? The item I want has an ETA of 6-18-2013 but I think that might be pushing it...
From the coupon T&C:
Quote :
Start Date: 6/10/2013
End Date: 6/24/2013
Discount: 10% off of your order with purchase of a promoted product
Maximum Order Amt: $800.00
Customer Use Limit: 1 per customer
Promoted Products: (big list)


Does anyone know if the 10% is still good for the 30" monitor?
I keep getting a price of 698 saying the coupon code has expired.
Thanks.
Not sure about the 30", but I just tested using the coupon on a 27" and it worked. So the coupon should still be active.
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#79
Mine came, so far so good!!!
Overnight shipping for $9 ain't bad either Smilie
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What's the issue with PWM dimming?
It strobes the LEDs on and off to dim the picture which produces severe eye strain.
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What's the issue with PWM dimming?
this is a gross exaggeration...
chances are most every LCD you've used uses PWM to effectively dim the led backlighting. most people will never see the effects of this at all. the frequency of the PWM matters much more than the simple fact of the PWM itself. i don't think any companies advertise their frequencies, but many many companies use PWM as a means to dim their backlights... including the almighty Dell.
don't believe everything you read in forums, people hear things and repeat them as the absolute horrible truth.

it's the same thing with people saying they can see the effects of a color wheel in DLP tvs, and this strobbing effect giving them headaches. which is bs in my mind because i've always had DLPs, and never once has somebody experienced this in my house.
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It strobes the LEDs on and off to dim the picture which produces severe eye strain.
stop misleading people...
sure some people complain about it, but it's the vast minority.

also with your "Say goodbye to your eye balls...." comment... thats complete bs.
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PWM dimming Frown
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Quote from KITHPOM View Post :
Back lighting and usb/audio ports are all kind of gimmicky to me but blue is definitely preferable for typing. One thing to possibly note, reviews are saying this is only 4KRO which could really be a problem for gaming. Other gaming marketed blue switch keyboards are at least 6KRO if not NKRO with two USB plugs or PS/2. 4KRO is probably not a problem for typing however.
Thanks again for your feedback. I ended up going with the blue, and received it today. So far I love it! Typing on this thing is so much better than any other keyboard I've used. I do think you are right about the 4KRO, though (in my simple tests at least). I haven't tried gaming on it, so I might change my tune, but I'm happy with it for $41 + shipping (needed to order some other stuff, too, so shipping wasn't quite so painful).
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Quote from psyctto View Post :
this is a gross exaggeration...
chances are most every LCD you've used uses PWM to effectively dim the led backlighting. most people will never see the effects of this at all. the frequency of the PWM matters much more than the simple fact of the PWM itself. i don't think any companies advertise their frequencies, but many many companies use PWM as a means to dim their backlights... including the almighty Dell.
don't believe everything you read in forums, people hear things and repeat them as the absolute horrible truth.

it's the same thing with people saying they can see the effects of a color wheel in DLP tvs, and this strobbing effect giving them headaches. which is bs in my mind because i've always had DLPs, and never once has somebody experienced this in my house.

stop misleading people...
sure some people complain about it, but it's the vast minority.

also with your "Say goodbye to your eye balls...." comment... thats complete bs.
Thanks for the info. It's good to get some realistic feedback.
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PWM dimming Frown
and you commented again?
jesus dude, just go away...
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I have set the aspect ratio setting to WIDE (vs 4:3). The txt is not sharp through VGA port at 1920x1280. Anything I should be doing? Thx.
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Quote from psyctto View Post :
it's the same thing with people saying they can see the effects of a color wheel in DLP tvs, and this strobbing effect giving them headaches. which is bs in my mind because i've always had DLPs, and never once has somebody experienced this in my house.

stop misleading people...
sure some people complain about it, but it's the vast minority.

also with your "Say goodbye to your eye balls...." comment... thats complete bs.
And by the same token you've swung the pendullum a bit too far yourself there guy. OMG (not the OMG part just liked the bulging eyes). I have to take strong issue with you calling the issues that some people, oh IDK people like ME wave ME woot have with DLP televisions.
It doesn't matter that you can't see it, it doesn't matter that anyone that's been over to your house can't see it either (unless you've paraded 7 Billion peeps through, I think you've missed a few of us laugh out loud Wink - it also doesn't matter bc if your happy with what you have who cares right? It doesn't mean the issue/problem isn't there for some.

Our first HDTV was/is a 32" Magnovox LCD monitor (they were a lot cheaper way back then over Tuner TVs, still working decent for an early LCD; second TV was/is a 2006 Philips Plasma with the 2nd version of Ambilights. This was the first place I ever noticed what I called the rainbow effect. Normally if you sit directly in front you never see the bulbs but if you are off to the side wings looking at the bulbs, the instance my eye moves I see the primary colors then back to white, It reminds me of looking at optical illusions in my old psychology texts. I have no issues with looking at a "regular" fluorescent tube lighting found in homes or commercially.

A relative of mine has a sweet big a$$ DLP TV but the first time I watched it (dead on center) it was very irritating and I kept asking if anyone else could see what I was trying to explain to them that every time my eyes moved to look at something else on the screen I could see for the briefest moment the primary colors. I eventually looked up online to see if others had a similar experience but there isn't any solution to it, but It does me that I won't be owning any DLPs in my house.
I've stayed there many times since then and I've grown used to it more & more it's just something that takes me out of the movie every so often but no longer is bothersome to the point that I can't sit and tolerate it in order to watch a whole movie with them. It seriously takes some training my brain not to try and follow the rainbow or to pay it much attention.

It even factored into my decision to purchase a LCD business/home projector (and gave up the chance for DLP - 3D something that was desirable) because I was worried that their would be a slight possibility of having to deal with that effect.

So I'm not arguing about your points regarding FUD & craziness being picked up and spread like a harmful virus, but by the same token I'm getting kind of tired of people saying [nothing to see here just because they don't see it.., =OR= another example is when it comes to devices that work perfectly for one person, but others have issues. And instead of a range of possibilities as to the cause being plausible; some people jump right to: well it works for me ergo if it doesn't work for you, you must be a re-re]
OK, End rant getting down from the Soap Box
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Thanks for the info. It's good to get some realistic feedback.
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#88
From the coupon T&C:
Quote :
Start Date: 6/10/2013
End Date: 6/24/2013
Discount: 10% off of your order with purchase of a promoted product
Maximum Order Amt: $800.00
Customer Use Limit: 1 per customer
Promoted Products: (big list)


....PROBLEM is they seem to have ended it (changed the Terms & conditions mid-stream) to 6-19-2013 GRRR!
When I tried to use it the other day, I got this error:
"We're sorry, the coupon you entered (e32013) expired on 6/19/2013 and is no longer valid. Thank you for your understanding." And when I click on the "Coupon details" I got the follow alteration:

"Start Date:
6/10/2013
End Date:
6/19/2013
Discount:
10% off of your order .
Maximum Order Amt:
$800.00

Customer Use Limit:
1 per customer"
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The promotion expired on 6/19/2013 and is no longer valid.
Everytime I put in the code E32013 I get the following message. The promotion expired on 6/19/2013 and is no longer valid.
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