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Acer H236HL help

I just need some help with the contrast and brightness. I have been using the default Contrast of 50 and lowered the brightness down to 50 as well. It just seems too dark. Turning the brightness up seems to hurt my eyes. Same with contrast. But I think it's just because I'm adjusted to the lower settings. Can anyone tell me what they have their contrast and brightness set to? I have been looking for 2 months. I just want a general idea of what looks good to others. A second opinion I guess. I am OCD and things like this are actually very hard for me. Thanks in advance.
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I just need some help with the contrast and brightness. I have been using the default Contrast of 50 and lowered the brightness down to 50 as well. It just seems too dark. Turning the brightness up seems to hurt my eyes. Same with contrast. But I think it's just because I'm adjusted to the lower settings. Can anyone tell me what they have their contrast and brightness set to? I have been looking for 2 months. I just want a general idea of what looks good to others. A second opinion I guess. I am OCD and things like this are actually very hard for me. Thanks in advance.
Welcome to the forum. Buy a calibration disc or download the AVS HD709 program: AVS HD 709 - Blu-ray & MP4 Calibration .

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http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1055906
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