White poin callibration question

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  • #16448

    Sedy
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    Hello
    After the calibration with different settings I always get bluish high values. What’s wrong?
    Please see the attched *.html report file.

    Spyder 5

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    #16451

    Florian Höch
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    Hi,

    your report looks like the display has drifted a bit since you last profiled it. You also used generic LCD measurement mode, but this panel seems to be CCFL-based. Other than that, there’s nothing wrong from the report.

    #16472

    Sedy
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    Hello

    Thank you indeed for your immediate answer. I attach the html files of the last calibration tests with the advised settings The calibration is much better the colour cast is still present. Dispaycal is a great application. How to get rid of the blue tone probably visible only on my screen?

    Thanks again.

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    #16479

    Florian Höch
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    Make sure to turn off the monitors dynamic contrast feature.

    If you feel the whitepoint is too cold, reduce the color temperature on the calibration tab (e.g. use 6000K instead of 6500K) and recalibrate/profile. But note that especially older TN panels are very viewing angle dependent.

    #16490

    Sedy
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    Thank for the help. It’s time to buy a new monitor.

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