Reviews and Problems with X-RITE ColorMunki Display
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First prints from calibrated computer prove value of ColorMunki
24 April 2015
Summary: As a photographer and sometimes digital artist, what you see is what you get is vital when talking color. Whether a PowerPoint presentation projected onto a screen or a print on fine quality photo paper, integrity of color must be there from what I see on monitor when editing and the the final...
Summary: The Colormunki turned out to be exactly what I had hoped for only AFTER I figured out what I was doing wrong. The manufacturer really does not provide enough information about how one should go about preparing to use this product and I can see how there are negative reviews here, because my first...
The ColorMunki does a better job than my previous Huey
J. Davis, Amazon
17 August 2014
Summary: The ColorMunki does a better job than my previous Huey. I find that both of my monitors (one LED lit and one CCF) have amazingly identical color and brightness. Can't wait to see a printed photo and compare to the screen.
Summary: I bought this as I was very dissatisfied with the color accuracy of my laptop screen; all of the photos I had processed in lightroom looked totally different in print and on other screens. It was a little expensive, but it's an investment.
Summary: I've had other monitor calibration/profiling equipment in the past and I really like this one. It's very simple to use and does a great job with the calibration and profiling as judged by viewing my reference test prints with an Ott lamp.
Summary: This works on both my iMac and iPad. I had to update the software online to establish contact with my iPad. This will save you a lot of frustration trying to make the iPad app communicate with your computer. Works great though!
Holy smoke, Batman! GREAT product - ideal for 'multi-monitor' users!
25 March 2014
Summary: I'm a man, and I'm color impaired (red/green) like many men are. It's a nightmare for me trying to color-balance ONE monitor, let alone 3 in a surround-display for my flight simulator. ColorMunki got it done perfectly in about 15 minutes total time (5 minutes per monitor)!!!