The image on the monitor is too bright


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Acquired monitor LG Flatron W1943C
The image is too bright.
That is, for example, grey or Aqua color stupidly is not visible.

Changed settings of brightness, contrast does not help.
All modes in the menu screen tried.

What could be wrong?
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Wear sunglasses.
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There's more gamma correction. This is the parameter responsible for the nonlinearity of the brightness function. It's possible that in her case.
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Perhaps we should still look at the driver settings of the NVidia Control Panel/ATI Catalyst Control Center color settings. Of course if You have an appropriate card. And Monica is usually a disk with color profile, try to put it.
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Try to change color profile, such a thing was, only not everywhere, but in separate programs in different ways, added sRGB and Adobe RGB was fine.
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Use the calibrator
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Type LC-matrix: TFT TN
Inputs: VGA (D-Sub)
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Nothing amazing, monitor the economy class.
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This is not the image bright and the color rendition limps, which is not surprising when you consider the type of matrix. On a TN-matrix will never be an adequate rendering. The only thing you can do is play around with the settings of contrast, gamma and brightness to achieve more or less acceptable image, it can "exude" previously invisible color and tone, the truth about the adequacy of the rendering here anyway, however. If you need high-quality color — save money at the monitor with the matrix of PWA or IPS (the first, in my opinion is the best choice, both in price and latency). When the time moved to the monitor with S-PWA-matrix (NEC MultiSync P221W, by the way, I recommend), was surprised to learn that actually the colors of familiar things radically different from what was seen on the old monitor.
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