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NEC FE2111sb blooming

My CRT monitor (NEC FE2111SB/Mitsubishi Diamond Plus 230SB) has a blooming when brigter things are dispalyed.

Is it normal for such bright objects and CRT? Is it CRT effect (voltage dips) or on glass effect? (1st picture - with 5 rectangles)
The bloom is torward the center (the dot in the center has no this effect) and looks pretty the same for diffrent resolutions (2nd picture with dots).
And the convergence/geometry chart (red is red in real, but my camera captured it as orange (3rd picture)

I haven't been sitting in front of CRT sience 2005, when I didn't care about picture quality and there isn't to much about that blooming in the google today, so I'm just curious if that is normal and if there is any way to reduce it.
Lowering the brightness helps - I get lower black lum point (what is great) and less of that blooming (but it is still there), but I also lose details in deep shadows (like 0-18 in 8bit). So is there any other way?
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