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Adjusting the convergence of the picture
Red, green, and blue signals in your monitor converge and create the colors
you see on your screen. If the convergence is not set properly, images or text
on your screen may appear fuzzy or blurred or you may get a “rainbow”
effect with several colors forming the edges of images on the screen. If your
monitor is exposed to external magnetic fields over a period of time, you may
need to change the convergence to get a clear, distinct picture. Or, you may
want to change the convergence according to your personal preference.
Use these controls Follow these steps
1 Press and hold down the
button on the monitor until the
indicator light goes on, then release the button.
2 Press the
button again until the
indicator light is on.
3 Adjust the vertical and horizontal convergence.
To adjust the vertical convergence, use the -/+ buttons below the
brightness icon (
). Press + to move the red signal up and the
blue signal down. Press – to move the red signal down and the blue
To adjust the horizontal convergence, use the -/+ buttons below the
contrast icon (
). Press + to move the red signal to the right and the
blue signal to the left. Press – to move the red signal to the left and
the blue signal to the right.
When the convergence is set properly, the picture is clear and
Adjusting the Picture