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Why is the contrast ratio lower than the claimed value as the result of measurement?

07-24-2019


This is a normal phenomenon for calibrated monitors in factory. Contrast ratio is luminance of the brightest color (white) to that of the darkest color (black).

Due to factory calibration procedure, a panel's white point needs to be adjusted to standard 6500K and thus reduces the maximum brightness of the particular unit. As a result, the contrast ratio becomes lower than claimed.



 


This is a normal phenomenon for calibrated monitors in factory. Contrast ratio is luminance of the brightest color (white) to that of the darkest color (black). Due to factory calibration procedure, a panel's white point needs to be adjusted to standard 6500K and thus reduces the maximum brightness of the particular unit. As a result, the contrast ratio becomes lower than claimed.

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