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Calibrating my new 2010 Macbook Pro Unibody

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I'm using an LED 27" iMac and a 2010 13" Unibody Macbook when I'm on the road.

Through recommendation I purchased a Spyder 3 Pro to calibrate both the iMac and Macbook Unibody. My old iMac (LCD) calibrates just fine but both my new iMac and Macbook Unibody when calibrated appear dull and the colours look washed out - I've now heard rumours that the Spyder 3 Pro doesn't work correctly with LED screens.

Does anyone have any suggestions to both my 27" iMac and my Macbook to get them calibrated correctly without having to shell out any more cash?

Thanks in advance,


iMac 27" Quad Core i7 2.8ghz/8GB/2TB
Macbook Pro 2.66Ghz/4GB/320GB
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