I just had the chance to play with this for a moment and it powers up and goes through all menu options OK. All three tubes come on and appear well focused (electrical). I haven't had the chance to connect it to a signal or point it at a screen yet. The settings for contrast is 72 and the brightness is set at 50. Here is the question. Why is the light output dim enough for me to look into the lenses without hurting my eyes? I'm comparing this to the output of one of my ECP's with a contrast setting of 2. Is there something that keeps this level low when not connected to a signal? Thanks,
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