What spectral correction to use for aoc q3277pqu?

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    A.ces
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    It does have a DCI p3 gamut of around 95-97%, and i’m unsure what’s the most appropriate spectral correction to use.

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    Vincent
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    All “LED” not Quatum dot with DCI P3 gamut ~9x% but at the same time not 9x% AdobeRGB coverage can use “Panasonic VVX17P051J00” correction with a i1d3 colorimeter and be accurate.

    It’s a sample from a “WLED with PFS phosphor backlight” => most multimedia/gaming LED displays with 9x% P3
    Same backlight with high AdobeRGB coverage needs a spactral sample slighty tuned (HP Z32x/Z24x calibration software is a source for that correction)

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    A.ces
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    All “LED” not Quatum dot with DCI P3 gamut ~9x% but at the same time not 9x% AdobeRGB coverage can use “Panasonic VVX17P051J00” correction with a i1d3 colorimeter and be accurate.

    It’s a sample from a “WLED with PFS phosphor backlight” => most multimedia/gaming LED displays with 9x% P3
    Same backlight with high AdobeRGB coverage needs a spactral sample slighty tuned (HP Z32x/Z24x calibration software is a source for that correction)

    Hmm my sample does measure exactly 89-90% adobe rgb depending on RGB values would you recommend i use the z32x spectral sample ?

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    No, use Panasonic (same for iMacs).
    The other one is meant for graphic arts monitors with “WLED PFS phosphor” and 98-99% AdobeRGB coverage (like newer CG eizos). Sorry if I did not explain it well.

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    A.ces
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    Ahh okay thanks for the answer.

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