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Specifications – bizhub C – KONICA MINOLTA Europe
Thanks so much for all mc5540 info, I’ll get right on to this and will post the results! I have the same printer. You compare the printed color scheme with the one on the screen, and you get the option to adjust the colors you see on the screen, which you can adjust to the same “bad tint” which the printed color scheme contains.
Anyone knows of any program or driver of some sort where one can customize what the printer should output? I konicz not understand why there is no settings like these!
BTW, if turning off all profiles causes your printer to give more accurate rendition, your monitor might be way off. What settings do you use in Photoshop and in your MG?
What about the possibility that: Best regards, Karl knilsson wrote: You are logged in as. You look at the print and you see which colors are off and what needs to be adjusted. Turn off all the profiles and all the ‘automatic optimalization’ settings. I have very bad experience with them comparing their basic laser printers. Konica Minolta does not warrant that any specifications mentioned will be error-free.
Is this list true? Then you have two contradicting points of view: The best results are gained by turning off all profile matching etc.
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I don’t want to adjust the pictures themselves, because that is changing the original pictures, so the screenoutput wont match. It explains how to ‘profile by eye’ using photoshop. R Hi, my prints are unfortunately not as good as yours seem to be. That file will contain the M True, it shouldn’t happen, of course, but what if? Should this really be that hard to do? This should be possible being done via profiles, but profiling costs and I don’t feel for paying for profiling when I’ve just bought an expensive printer, which ofcourse should output reasonable images from the box.
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If there would be such settings, all the prints could easilly be adjusted to the wanted settings. I can see a difference between using this profile in Corel and ‘s profile is not available from the web, if you’d be so kind as to upload it somewhere, I’d be grateful. F Forum M My threads. The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited.
I’m not an expert, but it sounds like this could be a “poor mans profiling” which would give atleast as good results as the users eyes can perceive, as the user itself has adjusted the colors, brightness, mino,ta and saturation to the desired values.
Look at anything else, but avoid HP. You’re using Windows, right? Reproduction in whole or part in any form or medium without specific written permission is prohibited.
Konica Minolta 2450 output color mismatch. Solution?
The Konica priinted from the same computer as my Epson have almost the same results, of course the inkjet has more punch but the Konica is jinolta acceptable for a laser.
Unfortunately I don’t have that possibility, only possibility would be to buy one. I just know how they will turn out from each computer so I get the results I am looking for.