Yes, but what I meant was: to get the LCD display with newer technology look like the older displays, what settings should I look at: brightness alone or something else too?
When I start configuring those type of things, I lose the perspective and no longer see whether it's really good or no. It's really easy to go too much in some direction, and then it's not right. It's hard to get the right settings. If it's the brightness alone, then okay, but if it's also a contrast or some sort of color in addition, then you have to try to play with all three settings, so it's even more complicated, because there are more combinations.
The way I see it, the new technology has some specifications, and those who know them, probably know how these specifications differ from the older ones and what effect they have on the way the devices work. In that way if a newer LCD is brighter, those who know the technical details know WHY it's brighter and what exactly should be adjusted to make it look like an older version of that technology.