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Calibrate new LCD Monitor

Discussion in 'Computers' started by John_Graz, Oct 12, 2004.

  1. John_Graz

    John_Graz Stunt Coordinator

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    I just got a 19" Xerox LCD monitor w/DVI; model XL592D from MicroCenter for $ 339.00 after rebates (was 479.00). I am using a Chaintech Nvidia Ti4200 video card w/ 128 MG RAM.

    I am trying to calibrate the Contrast, Brightness &Gamma. As I am dual monitoring w/ my Phillips 19" 109S CRT and I am trying to match as best as I can the image.

    Any calibration tips or websites for LCD monitors ?

    Also does anyone have information on "native resolution" as I was told by a friend if I use the "native reolution" I would get the best performance and image quality
     
  2. Mike Sogge

    Mike Sogge Stunt Coordinator

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    It is easy to determine what the native resolution of an LCD screen is, as all other resolutions will look fuzzy or blurred.

    On my 17" LCD the native resolutoin is 1280*1024. Your monitor may be the same or higher.
     
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