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Mini LCD TV backlight problem

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by [email protected], Dec 12, 2007.

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  1. Guest

    I have a Casio 2.5" pocket TV and a 5" portable LCD TV. Both of
    these have the similar problem. I cant seem to adjust the backlight to
    an appropriate setting. I tried adjusting the brightness knob on the
    TV, but it either goes too dark or too bright. When i set it to an
    average setting, i cant seem to see much. In order to be able to watch
    the tv program, i hv to view it from an angle.

    Anyone has any idea what is the problem? Is there anyway i can repair

    Thanks for any information..

  2. Arfa Daily

    Arfa Daily Guest

    'Brightness' might not be the issue. Does either TV have a 'contrast'
    setting. The juggling of these two parameters with LCD screens, can be quite
    delicate to achieve a result of optimum viewing angle with a reasonable
    level of brightness. Have you ever tried watching the LCD in the back of the
    seat in front of you on the airplane, when the dick in that seat decides to
    recline it into your lap ? It's then virtually impossible to get a watchable
    picture, only having control of brightness, without contorting yourself into
    Quasimodo ...

    Small LCD screeens - even alpha ones - always seem the worst for this

  3. jakdedert

    jakdedert Guest

    ....and in any case, if the OP is in the U.S., those handheld sets are
    about to become obsolete with the advent of digital-only broadcasting here.

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