I am attempting to calibrate the BenQ SW2700PT 27" monitor using DisplayCal and a Spyder5 puck. There is an option to calibrate for specific backlight technologies, including:
-Wide Gamut LCD (CCFL)
-LCD (White LED)
-Wide Gamut LCD (RGB LED)
-LCD (CCFL Type 2)
I read two other public question on here about this same problem, and both had two different answers. An official answer said this was a White LED, but I noticed that there was no Wide Gamut (White LED) option available, so I was wondering if White LED is incapable of producing the gamut properly, or if there was a mistake in the DisplayCal program, or perhaps the other answer was incorrect and this monitor instead uses an RGB backlight.
The other post says that multiple people have confirmed this monitor has an RB-LED backlight.
In either case, the answer still disagrees with the options provided, so any help would be appreciated.
It’s a RB-LED with Green phosphorous, so I think the closest to that would be the RGB LED, but I’m honestly not 100% positive. You may want to contact DisplayCal and let them know its RB-LED with green phosph and see what setting they recommend using.