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Old 04-01-2009, 01:27 PM   #1
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is my toshiba regza Dynalight same as backlight on some tv's?
should i keep it on or off? hear differing opinions on this..
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Old 04-01-2009, 03:44 PM   #2
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is my toshiba regza Dynalight same as backlight on some tv's?
should i keep it on or off? hear differing opinions on this..
If it is a back light then it would be a decision you would make depending on rather you like it or not. Try it for a few days on, then off. I use a back light because I think it reduces or eliminates eye strain.
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If it is a back light then it would be a decision you would make depending on rather you like it or not. Try it for a few days on, then off. I use a back light because I think it reduces or eliminates eye strain.

this was a response here about backlight, does it include dynalight, are they the same thing?


"Not only that but you will most likely see backlight bleed easier on all black screens."
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this was a response here about backlight, does it include dynalight, are they the same thing?
"Not only that but you will most likely see backlight bleed easier on all black screens."
Sorry andie I may have answered a question you didn't ask. I think the term "back light" may be used two ways: 1. A light you place behind your TV to reduce eye strain, or 2. the light which is part of an LCD display unit that shines through the LCDs that make up the screen. I was referring to the former. I don't know what a Dynalight is, maybe one of the Toshiba owners will help.

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