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Old 19th June, 2005, 09:43 AM
Aedan Aedan is offline
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You can ask the manufacturer, but unless it's a relatively expensive monitor, you might not get very far. Often professionals just use a colorimeter to measure and calibrate the monitor, as this can correct for aging effects. All monitors suffer a certain level of colour shift through their lifetime, and the colorimeter allows that shift to be measured and compensated.
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