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Hello NCX,

What do you normally set the contrast to on your monitor?

Hello NCX,

PC Monitors says that my Dell U2417H has a white point of 6645K when I use its "Color Temp." (blue light reduction) setting at 5000K. I am trying to determine what the best bias light would be for this setting.

Right now I am using a 1600 lumen Feit 3000K "Warm White" A19 blub. The monitor's brightness is set at 22%. I experience some eye strain. I want to get a brighter bulb (maybe 2500 lumen) but I can't find an A19 with a 3000K color temperature.

As an alternative I could get a 2500 lumen 5000k bulb, disable the blue light reduction setting and use something like Ocushield to block the blue light. Thoughts?

Hello NCX,

I have a Dell U2417H. I use the blue light reduction feature and have the monitor set to "Color Temp" at 5000k[1]. I am looking to use bias lighting with no overhead lighting. With blue light reduction enabled can I use a single 5000k 2500 lumen Lohas LED bulb that you mentioned in your display brightness and room lighting video? Or is there some type of blue light reduction compensating bulb that I need to use?

Also, I found this bulb[2]. I know that you said that you haven't used the Lohas bulb but I wanted to get your thoughts on it, if any, compared to the Lohas.


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