Question about JVC AV-27530 27" TV
Hi there, When I view an image that suddenly cuts from dark to very bright, the TV seems to "limit" the brightness after a split second and the once bright image becomes noticably less so. This can be fixed by drastically lowering the "picture" setting on the TV, but that muddies the rest of the images. Does this TV have some kind of superwhite limiter or something? Its very noticeable and quite annoying. Any help?
This sudden changes in brightness are caused by the change in voltage inside the tv,not in the outlet in the wall but inside the set,The changes are an indication something is going wrong and it needs to be corrected,the set does have a brightness limiter but it only works when the set wants to get brighter than normal,You need the assitance of a servicer to correct this problem.
Posted on Oct 04, 2006
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