Posts tagged SpectraView Profiler

Big & Beautiful – The NEC MultiSync P...

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When you open the box of the NEC MultiSync PA322UHD and lift the screen out (probably after getting a friend to help you) your first impression is that it’s a big screen. A really big screen. A full 32 inches across the diagonal. Once you’ve made space on your desk, or bought a bigger one, […]

Mac OS 10.10 Yosemite Compatibility for Colour ...

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Mac OS 10.10 Yosemite has now been released. Most applications do seem to be compatible but we would strongly suggest you check with the manufacturers of any software you have before upgrading. The website www.roaringapps.com can also be a useful source of information. Below you can find the latest information for the products that we […]

What’s the difference between an NEC PA m...

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Like many manufacturers NEC would like to maximise their sales by offering a range of products to suit different budgets and requirements. So they offer three levels of monitors aimed at professional users wanting high quality and accuracy. Unfortunately the differences between the levels isn’t always that obvious and it is easy to wonder why […]

NEC MultiProfiler – With Great Power Come...

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NEC’s MultiProfiler is a nifty little utility that comes with their PA and SpectraView monitors. It’s one of those tools that tends not to get installed when you get a monitor. A fair few of its functions could end up making your display look worse if you play with the settings and don’t you know […]

NEC SpectraView 271 & SpectraView Profiler

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Native Digital I often find the monitor on my desk changing as we get new models in to test and evaluate or mine has to be loaned to a customer. Usually I’m not too bothered when I swap back to my own monitor but this time I think I may have a keeper. I’ve had […]

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