Spectral correction for SRGB setting on a WLED monitor?

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    Ax Ks
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    Finally figured out how to change the white point on the SRGB mode of my LG 850 B monitor. Only problem is I’m at a loss of which spectral correction to use on my CC Display Plus, any help would be greatly appreciated.

    #37705

    Vincent
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    On any monitor and ANY osd factory preset or HW calibration CCSS corrections for i1d3 shoudl always be of native gamut Spectral power distribution. SO one CCS fits all OSD presets.

    This is because any color inside colorspace (taht includes simulatred sRGB primaries) are a combination of RGB native gamutr primaries.

    #37706

    Ax Ks
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    Okay, but I have 98% DCI P3 coverage according to LG, and my options are:
    “PFS Phosphor WLED Family”
    “PFS Phosphor WLED 94% P3(Panasonic)”
    “PFS Phosphor WLED 96% P3(Dreamcolor)”
    “PFS Phosphor WLED 99% P3(Macbook Pro)”

    Mode only gives “LCD Generic” or “Refresh Generic”

    #37707

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    Okay, but I have 98% DCI P3 coverage according to LG, and my options are:
    “PFS Phosphor WLED Family”

    Strange mix of WLED PFS with simulated sRGB gamut or native reduced red primary saturarion. Do not use unless you know what you are doing (by SPD plot inspection), or unless your software has nothing more (calman & others).

    “PFS Phosphor WLED 94% P3(Panasonic)”

    i1Profiler’s. “almost P3 green”, falling short for  tiny bit.

    TVs and most multimedia/gamer P3 monitors. You can use the previous one too.

    “PFS Phosphor WLED 96% P3(Dreamcolor)”

    AdobeRGB green, P3 red. Photo editing monitors like newer Eizo CGs

    “PFS Phosphor WLED 99% P3(Macbook Pro)”

    Exactly P3 green (and a tiny tweak in red), Mac

    Mode only gives “LCD Generic” or “Refresh Generic”

    It doe snot matter.

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