How to Turn Off MagicColor
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Samsung produces monitors that have magic. These features, collectively known as "MagicTune," allow Samsung customers to optimise their monitors .The "MagicZone" feature has settings that enhance the colour and sharpness of multimedia content.
"MagicColor" improves digital graphics by helping the monitor produce natural looking colour. This feature has a demo mode. If enabled, the monitor demonstrates the feature by displaying before and after images showing how the screen looks with and without "MagicColor" enabled. You can turn the demo feature off by accessing the monitor's "Menu" panel.
- Samsung produces monitors that have magic.
- If enabled, the monitor demonstrates the feature by displaying before and after images showing how the screen looks with and without "MagicColor" enabled.
Find the set of buttons on the monitor's front panel. These are in the bottom right corner of the panel.
Click the button labelled "Menu" to display the "Menu" screen. This menu contains several rows of items. Look for the "Magic" item. This item usually has the shape of a magic wand.
Press the "Up" and "Down" buttons on the front of the panel to move the on-screen cursor so that it highlights the "Magic" item. The "MagicColor Pro" screen appears.
Locate the button labelled "Source." This button functions like the "Enter" key on a computer. Press the "Source" button. This selects the "Magic" item.
- Click the button labelled "Menu" to display the "Menu" screen.
- This selects the "Magic" item.
Press the "Up" and "Down" buttons. As you press them, you will see the four MagicColor modes appear. These modes are "Demo," "Off," "Intelligent" and "Full." Press the buttons until you see the "Off" mode. Press the "Source" button to select that mode.
- You can access the monitor's other features, such as "MagicBright" and "MagicZone," by using the front panel buttons to navigate to those features.
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