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When talking about the extent of a color gamut, all that's really talking about is the most highly saturated bright colours it can portray, which is only one small aspect of colour accuracy. It says nothing, for example, about the monitor's accuracy in displaying whites and greys, its accuracy in gamma and its ability to portray skin tones, and other mild ...


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What is a percentage of sRGB anyway? These numbers are pure specsmanship. Most look percentage of area covered in either CIE x,y or CIE u'v' ... whichever gives the bigger number. The real way to compare gamuts is using total volume in a perceptually uniform space such as CIELAB. The author of this answer is correct that none of these gamut comparison ...


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Just to answer your question: If you have that single image that has most of it's shades in the area where the two monitors color space differs, you'd probably are able to spot a difference if you compare them directly. Unless you have these two monitors standing next to each other, you'll most certainly never notice any difference. Don't emphasize ...



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