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Try goong to menu and check if brightness, color, sharpness, hue, contrast is set to 0. I have the same model, whenever I use USB in Source, those settings in menu automatically change. If thats the case, go ahead and change brightness to 50, contrast to 50, color to 50, sharpness to 2, hue to 50
It depends on your monitor make. usually, there is an adjustment for modifying your brightness, contrast, hue and color (chrominance) amount. Select proper button in the side of bottom of your monitor and adjust your settings.
Unless this is a tube set there is no Degaussing. Even the tube set have built in degausing when powered up.
LCD, LED, Plasma and projection sets are not affected by magnetic fields near the display like old tube sets.
You may be able to fine tune your colors through your OSD
Most sets allow consumer adjustments on brightness, color saturation, hue , contrast etc and are accessable through the On Screen Display or Setup option
You can set these controls to your liking, though a lower brightness setting might increase the life of the screen. First, set the brightness and contrast to a level that is pleasing to the eyes, then adjust the color to look realistic - enough color without being disturbing. If faces area look greenish or purplish, then also adjust the tint (sometimes called Hue) until you get accurate flesh tone. Flesh tone is the best thing to adjust for; when you get good flesh tone, the rest of the picture will look great. ALWAYS make adjustments during a live news broadcast, which tends to have the most accurate balance of brightness, contrast, color level and hue. Note that commercials are all recorded in different studios with different settings, and will usually not look right - it's best to just live with this than to constantly readjust the TV. There are also DVD's available which walk you through proper TV adjustment.
well it all depends on where the tv is located to, if it is in a room with little or no light( windows, lamps) you will want you brightness to be a lil lighter hince not makin the picture as dark, and vise versa for light rooms, u'll wanna turn the brightness down a lil bit to accomidate this room, as for the others i'd say a lil over 50% on them, thats how my office tv is set up, hope this helps, jason
If you feel good about opening your set then you can try this: Look for the flyback (high voltage) transformer, with the thick red wire which goes to the top of the picture tube. There are 2 controls on the flyback transformer, focus (top) and screen (bottom)Turn the brightness and contrast all the way down and then increase the screen control until you see retrace lines, and then back it down until those lines just vanish. Return the brightness and contrast to normal and adjust the focus control, if necessary, for a nice sharp picture. Let me know if that brings your brightness back.