Question about Philips Brilliance 109S Monitor
Hello there aquashell007.
Here's your GEEK-steer ...
I infer from your question that it's your belief the quality and/or accuracy of your monitor's output has an effect on the output of your printer, etc. This is not so. Not anymore than by having your monitor turned off, your printer would print a black sheet. In fact, the only thing your monitor's output has an effect on is its viewer ... you.
However, this does bring up an interesting related issue: How can you know if your monitor is truly diplaying orange ... oranges, and green ... greens, and light ... lights, and so on. You can, with calibration software.
There are many freeware choices available to you. "Monitor Calibration Wizard" is one I've used occasionally in the the past over a period of many years.
It is my hope you find this GEEK-steer ... illuminating.
Good luck, and thanks in advance for posting back ...
Via-con-Dios and Godspeed -- Craig
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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