Question about CD Players
I used a piece of grey window tint like you get from any hardware store. Cut it to size, dampen the screen slightly, and use a flat tool to work out any air bubbles. I did this 4 years ago. I have had no further " too bright" issues!
Posted on Jun 01, 2012
Go to your nearest music store and purchase a red gel (used for illuminating the stage). Or any transparent red piece of plastic. You can trim it to about 4X4 and place it in from of the clock face. FYI the red color is used in aircraft to illuminate the instrument panel with the least effect on the retinas. I think it has to do with the wave length of the light or something like that.
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
I use a 5x7" piece of cardboard to cover it. It doesn't interfere with the speakers, and keeps the room dark. Besides, it's better to not see the time when you're trying to sleep.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 09, 2008
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