Originally Posted by crazyg0od33
and you can buy a hardware calibrator to use with it from LG, or get one of the third party ones no problem.
Yes, we use a Spyder5 calibrator. The thing is, these calibrators and calibration software can store the curves in either the ICC color profile OR the LUT for the monitor, depending on whether your monitor supports hardware calibration.
My fear is that the UM95 actually stores the curves in the LUT... but if the truecolor software detects the UM94 it just dumps it in the color profile. To most users they would never know the difference.
Either way it works and you can get a calibrated image. I just like the idea of correcting the color AT THE MONITOR instead of compensating by skewing the signal coming from the computer via software.