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Adjusting the brightness on the Apple Cinemaview

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Old 03-29-2011, 10:00 AM
Gerald McClaren Gerald McClaren is offline
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Adjusting the brightness on the Apple Cinemaview

I have an Hp Pavillion pc with an Apple Cinemaview 24 inch LCD monitor. The monitor is hooked up to my pc using an adapter. I calibrated the monitor using a Spyder2 Calibrator, however, there are no brightness controls on this monitor period. There are no menu buttons or controls on this monitor. The monitor is a great monitor but I would like to know how to adjust the brightness.

Gerald Sr.
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Old 03-29-2011, 10:12 AM
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Re: Adjusting the brightness on the Apple Cinemavi

Well its not a great display in large part to this issue. There’s nothing you can really do here (there’s a “hack” called Screens for Mac that reduces this brightness but that invalidates the ICC profile you built with the Spyder so its kind of pointless).
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