For the factory settings the screen was by default on R: 100 G: 96 B: 98.FarCry wrote: ↑24 Jan 2018, 12:10I just started a war!
My monitor was near 1 month in the service center (19.12.17 - 10.01.18). I even sent them an E-Mail with a description of my both issues and some good photos. 1.) Dead subpixel. 2.) Backlight bleed.
Now, the monitor came back with a following status: "Endurance test > No defects found"
I have only one question: "Are they ****ing blind?" I sent them photos of both issues, how could they ignore everything? But the best part comes right now. They didn't perform the endurance test at all. Eizo has an hour-counter in it. The number of hours was identical, like before RMA. That blew me away!
I wrote a second, angry E-Mail. =D They promised to look into the case and what went wrong... Over one week is over, no reply.
After another angry phone call, I received a call from Eizo. They excused and said that they will pick-up my monitor again...
The ice is finally moving. Stay tuned.
P.S. My factory settings were: R: 97 G: 97 B: 100 That means, that Eizo calibrates every display. Nice. I set Blue to 97, because I like it a bit warmer.
So i don't think they have things like " factory calibration ".
And that's the point, that's why i've use the retractation delay of amazon, my both screen wasn't calibrate, and to match as close as possible the same calibration, my settings for the color was different.
For 850 euros (or actually 1100), it's just a joke, that mean i need to spend another 100 euros on spyder calibration probe ? No.
So actually i stay on my old heavy Iiyama Prolite B2712HDS, at least, the colors are correct, but i stay with one monitor..
I hope someday i will find a monitor that match Quality/Price/Calibration, 27" inch, 2K resolution..