Just hooked mine up to this, driven by the ATI X1900!<br><br><br>Unfortunately I have to leave for meetings for the next 4-5 hours. <br><br>I feel like a kid on Christmas... who has to go to church.<br><br>
Loc: United States
I feel like a kid on Christmas... who has to go to church.<br><br>OMG, stop it, you're going to make me curl up under my desk from those types of memories...<br><br>Or better yet, a kid on Christmas who has to travel 3 hours to Grandma's house, and you can't bring your new Colecovision game to play because Grandma's TV is so old that it doesn't have a way to hook up the Colecovision...<br><br><br>
Wow is right! Man, is this thing big and bright. I actually turned the brightness down a bit since it was almost hurting my eyes.<br><br>So, how did you color calibrate yours? Just used the default profile created or tweaked your own? I used my Pantone Spyder and it came up with a better setting than the default one created. I read that some have used the 2.2 gamma vs. the standard Mac 1.8 but this looks fine.<br><br>I'm going to enjoy this. <br><br>
Loc: United States
Turned all my RGB settings to 25, calibrated through OSX until it 'looked' right. There's a few web pages out there that serve as a test pattern of sorts, with all the colors of the spectrum to allow you to match em' up with your LCD..<br><br>
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