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10th June 2014, 01:02 AM   |  #11  
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I doubt very much that there's going to be a set of numbers that will apply universally in any meaningful way, because the displays are bound to vary widely in terms of their actual calibration.
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Originally Posted by donalgodon

I doubt very much that there's going to be a set of numbers that will apply universally in any meaningful way, because the displays are bound to vary widely in terms of their actual calibration.

Yeah, every display is different and every display changes over time.

You need to do an actual calibration to get it right and periodically recalibrate to keep it accurate.

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