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    Good screen and printer calibrator

    My company is planning to calibrate all their LCD screens and inkjet printers, any good recommendations for a good hardware to do all that? I know spyder is one of them but it is too expensive...

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    Quote Originally Posted by subnurbs View Post
    ...good recommendations for a good hardware to do all that? I know spyder is one of them but it is too expensive...
    What about iOne? ;-) Not iOne Display but Pro?

    I do not know the spyder's price...

    iOne's (for photographers) price is about 1k Euro... Or 1k dollars? It's with MINIMAL software. But it's good hardware set: spectrophotometer with accessory to read set of colour patches... And of cource you can find proper software here to create ICC profiles for your printers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by subnurbs View Post
    My company is planning to calibrate all their LCD screens and inkjet printers, any good recommendations for a good hardware to do all that? I know spyder is one of them but it is too expensive...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kazanchi View Post
    What about iOne? ;-) Not iOne Display but Pro?

    I do not know the spyder's price...

    iOne's (for photographers) price is about 1k Euro... Or 1k dollars? It's with MINIMAL software. But it's good hardware set: spectrophotometer with accessory to read set of colour patches... And of cource you can find proper software here to create ICC profiles for your printers...
    Dear Kazanchi,

    Thanks for your good suggestions, I have since checked out the iOne website and they really have an extensive range of products. I think I will suggest these to my boss, thanks again.

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    iOne

    Hey

    I have been using the iOne, along with Spyder, and the ColorMunki from X-rite.
    The iOne does its job, every time and can be used for many things.

    See this thread using it for calibrating TV (LCD, LED and Plasma)

    [URL="http://www.curtpalme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10457"]http://www.curtpalme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10457[/URL]

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    You will not go far with a cheap solution if you want to be color consistent in all company devices.
    I would recommend to go for Eye One Pro.

    V.

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