New Monitor. Needs Calibration!

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JBmiddy23
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I get my new 22" monitor tomorrow (monday) and I need a good site/free software that well best calibrate the colors, shades, and gamma. What kinda stuff do you guys use?

 

Thanks!

 

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dustyschaffner
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i usually find it best to use defaults all the way across the board as far as color balance and gamma, stuff like that

the only thing i would touch is turning the color temperature to blue or user on the monitor itself

LCDs are good at being perfect imo

undeadkingpr
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Typically it should come very calibrated-To check you can use quickgamma(free) or if you are a serious person then a spyder($100) -I use a spyder becuase the thing owns+I can just resell on ebay and it guarantees great color

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