It's a rare occasion one of my friends asks me a question about an electronic that I can't give a useful answer for... but today I got one that stumped me.
A friend of mine bought the S&M calibration disc at my recommendation, and then asked me a question I really had no certain answer for.
When calibrating contrast and brightness, he is able to see certain shades of the various steps at an angle that he can't see looking straight on.
So... do you adjust brightness/contrast until you can see them head on? Or do you just adjust them until the set displays them, period? This is on an LCD for what its worth.
On one hand what good is having the display show a pattern or shade that you can't see from where you sit? On the other hand, when sitting at an angle from the set in a position other than the ideal location, the patterns are visible, and more than likely more faithfully representing the intended image.
So uhh.... yeah, what do I say here lol. Best I could come up with is adjust them somewhere in the middle; then he kicked my response in the arse, because unfortunately the difference is only one increment in either direction, so there is no middle lol.
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