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27QHDT Color Calibration and Display Tech Type

Cintiq and Cintiq Pro
dsaponaro
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27QHDT Color Calibration and Display Tech Type

Postby dsaponaro » Wed 6. Sep 2017, 17:57

HI all,

I just recently purchased a Cintiq 27QHD Touch display and am trying to color calibrate it with the X-Rite color Munki Display profiler. It is asking for the display backlight technology type. And lists the following options:

CCFL
Wide Gamut CCFL
White LED
RGB LED
OLED
Plasma
GB-LED (RG Phosphor)
Projector

Anyone have an idea which technology type the 27QHDT uses? Anyone have experience using the Color Munki Display with their Cintiq?

Thanks!

Dom

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