flicker control

flicker control

[′flik·ər kən‚trōl]
(aerospace engineering)
Control of an aircraft, rocket, or such in which the control surfaces are deflected to their maximum degree with only a slight motion of the controller.

flicker control

The control of an aircraft, rocket, etc. in which the control surfaces are deflected to their fullest degree with any motion of the remote control.
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The adjustment hole is nothing to do with contrast levels - it's a flicker control device which, if tampered with, can boost the charge to the LCD screen, temporarily brightening it but burning it out in the long term.
In addition, it features a flicker control selection for sharper image display (TV-only), horizontal/vertical screen panning, four levels of brightness, and a modifiable timer delay for automatic or looped slide presentations.
Scheduled to hit retail shelves in September, the miroMEDIA 3D also includes an NTSC Out with an exclusive flicker control to enable projection of images onto large screen televisions without adding to the price tag of $199.