Loc: Hampstead, MD, USA
Originally Posted By: Clark
. This is what X-Rite has to say:
"LCD displays only provide control over brightness. There is no bias or gain or contrast adjustment. The only variation is the intensity of the backlight.[/color]
This is because you see LCD panels with ridiculous claims like 3000:1, 5000:1, 10000:1 contrast ratios. I think most panels actually only provide around 1000:1 ratio, the rest is achieved by varying the intensity of the backlight according to the image being displayed.
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