REVIEW: NEC LCD1990SXi Part 7
Although the configuration options described above may be already regarded as quite extensive, the NEC LCD1990SXi still has a lot more options to offer in the advanced menu mode of the OSD. However, in terms of the advanced menu mode, we are only going to cover those functions that are available in addition to the standard functions.
You can enter the advanced mode as follows: while turning on the monitor, keep the Power and Input button pressed simultaneously for at least one second and then immediately afterwards push the unlabeled button to the right of the Input button.
The advanced menu is different in structure, consisting of tabs that are named 1 through 9 and A through E.
Menu tab 2
DVI Long Cable Compensates for image degradation caused by using a long DVI cable.
Menu tab 5
Allows you to manually select the brightness level of grayscales. There are five selections: No Correction, 2.2, Option, Programmable (using NaViSet), and Custom.
Menu tab 7
Turns the Overdrive function on or off. When pivoted to portrait mode, Overdrive will be turned off automatically. LED Brightness allows to reduce the brightness of the LED on the monitor. LED Color lets you determine the color of the Power LED to be green or blue.
Menu tab 9
Grayscale Mode changes the display image to monochrome. OSM Rotation automatically causes text and labels in the OSD to rotate correspondingly when the display is pivoted. Image Rotation automatically rotates the displayed image, the default setting is OFF. The item Input Setting allows to change the video bandwidth for the analog port.
Menu tab A
Tile Matrix joins multiple screens. This feature lets you join up to 25 separate screens into a single large screen. Up to 5 monitors each horizontally and vertically can be connected via a splitter.
Menu tab B
Adjusts the current date and time.
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