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Calibrating your LCD screen for correct colour.

Posted on August 8, 2012 at 5:55 AM

 Here are the best settings for a LCD television or computer monitor:

 

  • 48   -   BrightnessCalibrate your CRT, Plasma, LCD, or LED screen or monitor, for correct colour - color, to look best on your system. Click here to download directly from our servers all the free office software suites your little computer can handle. Free SSuite Office Software and applications.
  • 65   -   Contrast
  • 50   -   Color 
  • 80   -   Sharpness
  • 50   -   Tint - if available on your TV or monitor
  • Standard   -   Color Temperature

 

If you have a Smart TV, LCD, LED screen or monitor that has an internet connection, you may calibrate it properly here:

 

To do this you need to go to the following website to accomplish this.        <<  Screen Calibration  >>

 

For most computer and PC use, the following:

 

It has been said that some of our software's graphical-user-interfaces are too light in colour.

 

But I have to respectfully disagree with them. To get the right image colours on your LCD monitor/screen, you first need to calibrate it to your eyes liking.

 

To do this you need to go to the following website to accomplish this.  <<  Screen Calibration  >>

 

And if I may suggest the following settings for best viewing and user experience of your LCD monitor, if you have ATI Catalyst Control Center installed on your computer.

 

Best settings for viewing:

 

Before calibration:

Calibrate your CRT, Plasma, LCD, or LED screen or monitor, for correct colour - color, to look best on your system. Click here to download directly from our servers all the free office software suites your little computer can handle. Free SSuite Office Software and applications.

Screen Card Settings: { Radeon 9550 AGP }

Gamma: 0,5  >>  0.8  <<  3.5        =  0.8 points on the gamma scale

Brightness: -100  >>  -40  <<  100        =  -40 points on the brightness scale

Contrast: 0  >>  120  <<  200        =  120 points on the contrast scale

 

Monitor Settings: { LG Flatron W2243S }

Gamma: 0

Brightness: 75

Contrast: 80

 

After I calibrated my screen card: { Radeon 9550 AGP }

 

Gamma: 0,5 >> 1.0 << 3.5        - Set your screen to 1.0 points on the gamma scale

Brightness: -100 >> 0 << 100        - Set your screen to 0 points on the brightness scale

Contrast: 0 >> 100 << 200       - Set your screen to 100 points on the contrast scale

 

Monitor Settings:  { LG Flatron W2243S }

Gamma: -50

Brightness: 70

Contrast: 70

 

The above settings are what I currently use. It may be different for everybody else, but I found these to give me the best colour and viewing pleasure on my computer.

 

Enjoy!  :)

 

P.S.  >>  Please let me know if possible what your current and new settings are on your LCD screen. It will definitly help me in creating better looking interfaces of all our software applications.


 

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To do this you need to go to the following website to accomplish this:           <<  Screen Calibration  >>



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8 Comments

Reply Ezra
7:47 PM on January 9, 2014 
Thanks for sharing, enjoying thee software.
Reply papay dey
11:07 AM on September 11, 2015 
i have a lg w1943c model monitor.it is reduculas can u help me by providing the best and accurate configaration of its picture settings.
Reply SSuite Admin
7:06 AM on September 12, 2015 
papay dey says...
i have a lg w1943c model monitor.it is reduculas can u help me by providing the best and accurate configaration of its picture settings.


Hi,

Since you have the same make monitor as I do, I would suggest using the same settings as me:

Monitor Settings: { LG Flatron W2243S }

Gamma: -50
Brightness: 70
Contrast: 70

As for the colour:
RGB at 50 default values for all colour.
The preset can be set at 6500K for best white colour.

That is it.
Reply Danang
11:56 AM on December 7, 2015 
i have a LG 24MN42A model monitor. Can u help me by providing the best and accurate configuration of its picture settings.
Reply SSuite Admin
2:52 AM on December 8, 2015 
Danang says...
i have a LG 24MN42A model monitor. Can u help me by providing the best and accurate configuration of its picture settings.



Hi Danang,

To get the best possible settings for your monitor, you need to go and click on the following link:

http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/

There you will find screen tests that will assist you in getting the most accurate setting for your screen. Each test will calibrate your monitor to provide you with the correct colour, brightness, gamma, and contrast images.

But if you wish to do a quick test, then try the following settings from my screen:

48 - Brightness
65 - Contrast
50 - Color
80 - Sharpness
50 - Tint - if available on your TV or monitor
Standard - Color Temperature

If it does not look right, then you need to follow the above link to get the best calibration for your screen.

I hope this helps.

Kind regards

Henk van Loo
SSuite Admin
Reply Tibiscenas
4:24 PM on January 28, 2016 
hi. any bodie knows if exist a single EXE or App that make possible calibrate a LG lcd monitor in a Compaq PC ? ( like a iMac o Samsung CRT)
Reply Jorge Garza
11:13 PM on November 10, 2016 
Thank you very much, I have an old LG W1934S which from factory comes very bright, entered your values and it works great now!
Reply Henk
4:04 AM on November 11, 2016 
Jorge Garza says...
Thank you very much, I have an old LG W1934S which from factory comes very bright, entered your values and it works great now!



Hi Jorge,

I am happy I could help you get the best out of your old screen. Please also enjoy all our free software too!

Kind regards

Henk
SSuite Office Software