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LG 26LC55 32inch LCD

Its my first LCD.

I am losing all dark definition at an angle just below the horizontal when viewing.

Is this normal.

Have adjusted brightness etc but no good

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  • Johnny Gall Mar 04, 2008

    are manufacturer angles of distortion available - the one i suffer seems extreme at about 15 degrees below the horizontal

  • Johnny Gall Mar 04, 2008

    Cheers Sids

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Yes all lcd's, for that matter tv's have viewing angles ..What you are experienceing is normal

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

  • Sid B
    Sid B Mar 04, 2008

    should be in your instruction manual..below the horizontal plane dose not have much tolerance...

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