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Old 08-11-2012, 03:29 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi glad to have found this forum.. I just recently purchased a lenovo b54 all-in-one, after getting extremely poor color with a couple other all in ones. Anyway, with this one I haven't been able to get the greys or white balance right, there's a greenish tinge, which is also visible in the yellow to orange spectrum, dampening the warmth of these hues, and making them a little too blue.

So I went ahead and got a spyder4 not knowing that there were better options, and now that I have it I'm curious if anyone thinks it may be good enough to adress my issues, and if so which software should I use with it? thanks.
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