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  • Tony W
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    I am in discussion with someone about LED monitor calibration tools and the suitability of the Spyder 3.

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  • CelticKC
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  • frankg
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    by frankg
    Posted on Luminous Landscape as well not being sure where I'm likely to get a good explanation.

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  • zakum
    Finally calibrated my monitor
    by zakum
    Hi, got a Spyder2Express for a present and have calibrated my monitor.
    It was so easy and looks a lot better, even print is more clearer.
    What i want to know is do i use this profile for Photoshop or stick to AdobeRGB?

    Thanks for any replys

    12-27-2008, 03:26 PM
  • bloex2003
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    06-28-2003, 06:01 AM