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    Default pixel brightness

    Is there a minimum brightness that pixels will work at? On my FPP I started adjusting the power down and even at 20% the show is plenty bright enough at night. Can't see much in the day though. Is there a practical minimum? Thanks.

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    Default Re: pixel brightness

    I run mine at 25% and they look great. When running any higher the colors blend together and are actually hard on the eyes. Being at 25% you can actually see the individual colors.

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    Default Re: pixel brightness

    Mine are at 30%. Plenty bright.


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    Default Re: pixel brightness

    I generally run at 10-40% depending upon the prop. I ran my whole display at 10% last year for taking video. It looked fine so I just left it there. The lower the better in my opinion.

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    Default Re: pixel brightness

    I run mine at 10%. Plenty bright and it cuts down on the number of injection points I need.

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    Default Re: pixel brightness

    All my E682s are set at 50%. I could probably drop down to 25% and still be bright enough. However, there is a street light right on the corner next to my home and I want the lights to still be bright enough to be seen over that light.

    Hmmm....I wonder if I do drop down to 25% if that would help with recording video using my phone...my Halloween videos looked saturated...

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