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Of course, having a colorimeter is better. But of the two options you have, I would trust the second display more. Having a stock OEM profile (for your first display) is not much different to having no profile at all. Most manufacturers provide it, yet variation between consumer displays can be significant. I have two 'identical' monitors from the same ...


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Can I use “sRGB mode” or a manufacturer's ICC-profile as a poor substitute for hardware calibration? You could, but that's exactly what it would be – a poor substitute. Generic manufacturer profiles will not be able to compensate for a specific device's idiosyncrasies. It may be "off" from the factory. It may develop color shifts over time. It may not work ...


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