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This is likely just related to the different picture settings for the different input. Try adjusting the picture settings when you are on the input that appears darker - settings on most TVs today are specific to the source so that when you change it for one source, it doesn't change the other. You can also try physically switching the cables from the sources on the back of your TV to test this.