REVIEW: LG Flatron W2442PA-SF Part 5
Here, the screen brightness and contrast can be changed in steps between 0 and 100. The factory settings are 50 for brightness and 70 for contrast. The gamma is set to 0 as standard and there are three options altogether (-50, 0 and 50).
As well as five pre-defined colour temperatures, there is also a user-defined mode, with the aid of which the RGB values can be controlled separately.
This menu is only available in VGA mode. It is not needed for digital mode.
As well as pre-defined modes such as Internet and Movie, which provide a combination of brightness, ACE and RCM, it is also possible to set all three variables yourself in the user-defined mode. Here, ACE stands for Adaptive Clarity Enhancer and is responsible for the clarity of the image.
RCM stands for Real Color Management and establishes the colour hue. With RCM, the levels represent the following hues: 0 represents switched off, 1 represents an improvement in green, 2 simulates a skin tone and 3 brings about a general improvement. These modes contribute to the subjective image improvement.
The clock and clock rate can only be adjusted in analogue mode. In digital mode, this option contains only the sharpness setting, which is 5 as standard and can be regulated between 0 and 10.
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