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Advice on what display to upgrade to for good screen and print accuracy

Explorer ,
Jan 18, 2024 Jan 18, 2024

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Hello lovely community.

 

I have a conundrum. I work mostly with InDesign, Photohsop, Illustrator and XD. I work across a range of online and print media including brochures, exhibitions, large screen formats, merchandise... so I need a screen that is good for print as well as screen.

 

I am about to upgrade from my iMac 27inch to a Mac Studio, but I have heard bad things about the 27inch Studio Display. I wondered if any of you are using this setup and would give me your opinions on it. And if you're using something differnt if you could let me know what is.

 

Thanks in advance.

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For accurate color management the accuracy of the monitor profile set in the OS is more important than the screen quality. The MacOS will provide a default profile for a studio display, but in general a hardware calibrator that will generate a profile for the calibration might improve the accuracy of the profile and soft proofing. Adobe's color managed apps convert all color RGB, CMYK, or Lab from the source profile into the RGB Monitor profile

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