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post #1 of 3 Old 03-15-2013, 12:48 PM - Thread Starter
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Saw this on Amazon - has the AVS disk, a meter, a gray disk, and tutorials. But in the verbiage it mentions being good for LCD, plasma, etc (types of TVs) but doesn't mention projectors. Any difference or is this the right thing to calibrate a projector with?
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No the C3 isn't designed to do projectors.

If you want to do a projector, you'll want to get an OEM i1 Display Pro (i1 Display 3, i1D3, ect...).

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I suppose that means I shouldn't be using my i1D2 profiled to my Colormunki to do a projector either?

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