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I'm a complete nub and don't know anything. I want to get the most out of my u2410. Can someone help? Thanks!
 

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You buy a colorimeter. They are expensive and only necessary if you need the colors on your screen to match the colors you print or that others print, professionals only.

You can use this to make sure everything else is setup correctly:

http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/
 
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You can just buy or rent a copy of Avia or Video Essentials for the DIY type of calibration. If you want to spend more, you can grab a calibrationist over at Hometheaterspot.com. I've had Avical do mine and the results are stunning.
 

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You can just buy or rent a copy of Avia or Video Essentials for the DIY type of calibration. If you want to spend more, you can grab a calibrationist over at Hometheaterspot.com. I've had Avical do mine and the results are stunning.

You don't need to pay someone. Check the link above for the same exact thing except DIY.
 
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