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I have my iMAC connected to my Sony Bravia for months with no problems and all of a sudden today the screen has become very dark when I try to play videos on it.

The TV settings themselves have not changed, I've checked and the brightness levels are high.

I can't figure out what could have happened.
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Where have you checked the brightness settings? on the TV?

It almost sounds like perhaps the color profile changed.

Check under Preferences -> Displays -> Color and see what profile is selected, or try to set a custom settings with the Calibrate function and see if you can improve the brightness...

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Maybe you have checked this already but is the TV darker when it is switched to other inputs?

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