Colorvision Spyder 3 Express (DATA137) - Warehouse Express This would do it, but you would need your graphics driver to be able to output different settings to each monitor.
I managed to pillage a spare monitor a few weeks back to get a dual monitor set up in my office. The problem is, they're different makes of monitor (one's a gnr, the other's an acer) and slightly different sizes (although that doesn't really bother me). What is bugging me is that no matter how much I mess with the colour/brightness/contrast settings on the monitors or through Catalyst, I just cannot get them to match up, not even close!
The gnr is much 'warmer' looking, even if I turn down the reds and increase the blues, and the acer is much more saturated, again even when I turn down saturation.
I'm not expecting to get a perfect match given that they're totally different monitors, but does anybody know of any (free) software I can download or a good website I can use that will aid me in setting them up to look as similar as possible?
Have you tried adjusting the monitors White balance etc as well? Also different panels will have have different characteristics such a colur tints , brightness that can't be totally removed no matter how much fiddle with the settings.
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