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Which monitor calibration device

nicholl2001

UK
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nicholl2001 Basic Member
Wed 11-Jan-06 03:22 PM

I'm operating with a pretty standard HP desktop setup on XP. I print via an Epson RX500 3 in 1.
I use good quality 3rd party ink and paper.
Having tried visual methods of calibrating the monitor I can get somewhere close but realise that the time has come to use a hardware calibration device.

So to my question. I see Spyder2, Spyder2 Plus, Spyder2 Pro, Eye-one at various levels and Monaco at various levels. I'm on a modest budget so I don't want to buy for the sake of it. Are the upgraded packages (they seem to be additional software) worth it or am I buying something I don't really need with them.
Then, which is best, Spyder2, Eye-one or Monaco?
your advice,experiences and opinions will be gratefully received

Thanks

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