[SOLVED] Benq and Samsung monitor - few of Settings on Benq is disabled, unable to calibrate dual monitors!

sharath_83

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Hi all,

I wanted to used 2 monitors for music production and design, which will make my work flow more easier, however have few issues, were-in am unable to calibrate both to get close similar colors. especially on black and white.

Graphic card: AMD Radeon R7 260X

Monitors:
  1. Benq model: GW2470 (LED+HDMI) - connected via HDMI cable to graphic card (brought used one recently).
  2. Samsung model: SyncMaster S24B370 (LED+HDMI) - connected via VGA cable to graphic card.
Noticed that the white is kinda light grey and Black is not exactly Black on Samsung monitor, which i have been using all this time for design work, compared to Benq monitor.

Now am unable to calibrate, is it something to do with the way i have connected with the cables?

Benq settings which are disabled/greyed out are > Seneye Demo, DynamicContrast, Color Format, HDMI RGB PC Range.

What can be done here?
 

sharath_83

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It's pretty common for there to be far fewer monitor adjustments when the input is digital instead of analog.

You can adjust them in the AMD driver's Radeon Settings instead--just go to Display and then Color for each monitor
Am getting another Samsung monitor, similar but a different model name, so will be having 2 Samsung ... Benq, i will use it separately, thank you.
 

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