NEC 2690WUXi - can it handle regular sRGB?

Started Oct 1, 2007 | Discussions thread
Graystar Veteran Member • Posts: 8,373
Re: Calibration to sRGB in aRGB mode possible?

Just noticed that I missed this...

Will49 wrote:

Actually they weren't. I was on the design team of the Radius

Hmmm. Well, the charts I've see have it as slightly larger in most areas and smaller in other areas, but I'll defer to first-hand knowledge and accept what you say. Thanks for clarifying.

PS: What's OmniColor?

It's the marketing name for the 6 axis color controls that allow you
to adjust the hue, saturation and brightness of red, green, blue,
cyan, magenta and yellow colors using the display's color processor.

It's a little bit more than that, isn't it?

"Allows LCD-based monitors to achieve standard sRGB color and create precise color images for still images, moving pictures and, in particular, for real-time videos. It uses 6-axis color data in its calculations, thereby using the color the color reproduction limits of the original devices to their full extent. It also enables the correction of an individual color without affecting the other colors of the image. A range of colors is freely available, so the user can simply, yet precisely, control individual color reproduction."

Again, the point being that I have a very hard time believing that this monitor, with its color ability and all its technology, can't produce a calibration that matches sRGB when so much effort has been made to ensure that it can.

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