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Monitor does not display ture black

Have an Acer HD244W display on an ATI HD3650 video card, connected via HDMI. I have a black background, however it appears more like very dark grey.
Have adjusted brightness and contrast and everything I can think of... Could the issue be related to HDMI connection instead of DVI?

Is it possible that black does just not display well on this particular LCD panel??

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  • robertluscom Dec 29, 2008

    Found a setting in the Video Card software (Catalyst Control Center)



    Graphics Settings -->DTV(HDMI)2 -->HDTV Support, checked box Add 1080p60 format to the display Manager(NTSC).... Wow the screen looks 100% better black display... Contrast and Brightness settings were not the issue... Now I can be very happy with this display.



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Its a common problem with this brand of lcd panels.dont adjut anything it just comes that way.

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