NEC monitors

Started Jan 19, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: An update
In reply to Zee Char, Jan 21, 2013

A quick explanation of what I meant by conflicting LUTs. If in the process say a video card is set to produce a higher video output on a certain channel because a monitor is suppressing that video in its circuitry that card channel output could be overloading the monitor channel. That is why it is important to set up the card to an initial default standard if you are going to make monitor adjustments via its LUTs.

I am a retired TV Broadcast Tech and occasionally I would see a higher video channel output cranked up because a monitor or other device channel gain was set too low and at the destination device input stage it was driven to a non-linear overload situation. This applies to digital as well.

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Ron Ginsberg
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