Originally Posted by EMINENT1
So what you are saying is it isn't possible to manually add it to Calman and i'm chasing a 6 legged goat?
Is it even worth chasing the difference? Let's say I purchase a C6 instead and be done, since there is an OLED profile for it in Calman? How much better can using a spectro to profile be? 20% better, 50%?
I don't know how to add that EDR from LightSpace to CalMAN, if there no way to add it, you can still use meter profiling procedure, using LightSpace ZRO as reference and creating meter correction for CalMAN.
The procedure is explained to another user who asked about how to use a ChromaPure's PRO table from CalMAN, for not posting the same procedure (by replacing the word 'ChromaPure' with 'LightSpace ZRO') with the same instructions, you can see them there: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/139-d...l#post58369748
After you will import and create the table for your meter to CalMAN, you can continue using CalMAN for your calibration, but you will have better results from RAW XYZ selection.
So you download and use LightSpace ZRO with WRGB OLED EDR table as active and you get the 4x xyY numbers from there, which will use as reference to import them to CalMAN's Four Color Matrix Tool.
As the i1Display PRO is a consumer low-cost device which; while for the money costs is amazing deal... we will not expect to have superior level of color accuracy even if X-Rite or SpectraCAL create a specifically spectral correction table using your exact TV sample you have to your place....because the EDR spectral correction tables are combined with factory calibration table to provide you the total correction offset, so since X-Rite manufacture the meters with +-0.004 xy and +-4% Y deviation specs, it can happen randomly one meter to be better from the other, but you can't expect more for that money, X-Rite has done the best job to offer that such good meter to such low price for all people to be able to invest for calibration starting from that i1Display PRO as fist step and adding as further step a spectro (like i1PRO2) to improve more the color accuracy of i1Display PRO readings.
As you can see below, X-Rite don't recommend for anyone to use these specs (for that reason there no specs also to X-Rite page) because as the meters are not shipped certified and its a low cost meter, the deviations to end product will be larger from these. So even if you use the best EDR, this will not fix these meter tolerances from meter-to-meter variations.
The exact some tolerances use the C6 meters also, since only X-Rite can calibrate the sensor, we have discussed about this here: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/139-d...l#post58386280
(read from that post till the end, I have other data to post just I'm waiting if Tyler will even reply to the many current questions first.)