In all fairness, the Spectrolino barely gets to the dmax that modern
printers are hitting. But the Pulse and old i1 are still good. And I think
the DTP94 is still good (but slow) for monitors. Eventually we will all
need to upgrade to "modern" spectros, just wish there was more good
competition like in the old days.
Ordered a battery for my Pulse, and at least one of my i1pro's is still
functional so I'm finally on the road to profiling my new printer.
Still not sure what I want to do with the Spectroscan, probably keep an eye
on eBay for a cheap replacement or parts.
On Tue, Mar 19, 2019, 19:39 Graeme Gill <graeme@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Refik Telhan (Redacted sender rtelhan for DMARC) wrote:
As the official support to this product has ended long ago, I simplymeasure a number
of patches with different devices and check the relationship betweenthem. It is on
its third lamp. Once this lamp runs out, it will rest in peace.
Something of an indictment of our disposable age that a lot of these
instruments could go on being useful for a very long time with new lamps
and a bit of mechanical service.