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Night time scenes have become almost impossible to see.

While watching movies or even broadcasted low light scenes are very difficult to see. Do I need a new kind of bulb or something for my projection monitor receiver? Is something like that available? I hate to call the store that sold it to me and feel like an idiot because my TV is now 8 years old. I don't think it should be obsolete at this point. I've changed the mode between STD to Movie, game and user and there is very little difference. All I really want is a "brightness" button! HELP!!!!

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I had the same problem. Figured the 8 yr. old set was on it's last legs. Read everything I could find and nothing helped. But, luckly I did the following and it's like new again! try the following: Press MENU, selectSETUP, select DPO, set it OFF. DPO automatically controls Contrast, BLACK LEVEL (Brightness) and Color. Now press Menu, select PICTURE, then select BLACK LEVEL and run it out to plus 25. your picture should be brighter. Then adust Contrast,Color and Black level to your liking.
Good luck!

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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Adjust the black setting. I did this and mine looks pretty good now.

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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I am pretty sure your set is a CRT Projector. The projector will need to be replaced - not Cheap.

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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