Question about Konica Minolta bizhub C351 All-In-One Laser Printer
While the C351 is fantastic, we have over 1million copies to print and outsourced to a local printer. The local printer is having issue with our color defaults against his own. I know there is an acronym used to describe the standard color or the default color that is used. Can you tell me what the "default color scheme" (for the lack of a better explanation) is for the Konica Minolta C351?
Please and thank you.
If your C351 does NOT have a Fiery it will not use a scheme (profile). With a Fiery you can specify different simulation methods where it will alter the colour based on these settings.
Without this option you are just using a straight through colour process and is really based on the actual copier itself.
It sounds like he is hoping to select the same profile to give him a better starting point.
Though you may love the colour on this device, without the Fiery option it will not match or run under and "Printing Industry Standards".
Your local printer is going to have to do some serious colour tweaking/management and you should be prepared to pay for this.
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