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32 inch 4K Adobe RGB Color Management Photographer and Video Editing Monitor SW321C

Relive the Moment With Adobe RGB wide color space

Application

How do I know if Paper Color Sync software works?
When Paper Color Sync software finishes the configuration, the color mode of the monitor will be switched to Paper Color Sync mode and the system's ICC profile will be switched to the correspondent color space. You may launch Photoshop or Lightroom to retouch the photo and print out. If you already launched Photoshop or Lightroom before configuring in Paper Color Sync, please re-launch again to make sure Photoshop or Lightroom has read the correct ICC profile.
Why is the color of the hard copy different from the monitor when I print out?
The ambient light might has influence on the print hard copy. Please make sure the color temperature of the light you use is between 4500K~5000K to get the best color rendering. *The light with 4500K-5000K color temperature has the best color rendering and also meets ISO12647 printing standard.
How can I adjust display settings in Mac OS for BenQ PD/SW series monitors?
Please refer to the FAQ video in the following link for a detailed set up guide.
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Specification

Are all BenQ monitors or only certain models mercury free?
All BenQ LED monitors are mercury free.

Explanation

Are there any hazardous substances contained in the product? If so, in which part of the product? What are the ways to reduce any risk of exposure to hazardous substances while using the product?
In response to your concerns, we would like to inform you that BenQ is devoted to bringing the best quality products to our customers, so all of our display products are manufactured under strict supervision to ensure that they follow local safety regulations and exceed industry standards. We are also in full compliance with RoHS/REACH regulations, as well as California Proposition 65 (also called The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act), which requests companies across industries to disclose the use of chemicals listed under this Act for their products. For more information about California Proposition 65, please visit this website: Learn More



We also want to inform you that BenQ’s display products include lead that can be found on internal PCBA components. For this reason, BenQ, as well as other leading electronics companies, have enforced the required caution labeling, with the fact that electronic components are generally internal to consumer level products, so the potential for consumer exposure to component surfaces is low, and the potential to reach specified exposure levels for the listed substances is even lower. To eliminate the chance of exposure to any hazardous substances, please do not attempt to disassemble your display product and try to repair the PCBA components yourself.



Nevertheless, we want to assure you that customer safety and health when using our products are our first priority. If you still have concerns or questions, please contact your local BenQ customer care team for further assistance.

Further Query

Are all BenQ monitors or only certain models mercury free?
All BenQ LED monitors are mercury free.
Are there any hazardous substances contained in the product? If so, in which part of the product? What are the ways to reduce any risk of exposure to hazardous substances while using the product?
In response to your concerns, we would like to inform you that BenQ is devoted to bringing the best quality products to our customers, so all of our display products are manufactured under strict supervision to ensure that they follow local safety regulations and exceed industry standards. We are also in full compliance with RoHS/REACH regulations, as well as California Proposition 65 (also called The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act), which requests companies across industries to disclose the use of chemicals listed under this Act for their products. For more information about California Proposition 65, please visit this website: Learn More



We also want to inform you that BenQ’s display products include lead that can be found on internal PCBA components. For this reason, BenQ, as well as other leading electronics companies, have enforced the required caution labeling, with the fact that electronic components are generally internal to consumer level products, so the potential for consumer exposure to component surfaces is low, and the potential to reach specified exposure levels for the listed substances is even lower. To eliminate the chance of exposure to any hazardous substances, please do not attempt to disassemble your display product and try to repair the PCBA components yourself.



Nevertheless, we want to assure you that customer safety and health when using our products are our first priority. If you still have concerns or questions, please contact your local BenQ customer care team for further assistance.
How do I know if Paper Color Sync software works?
When Paper Color Sync software finishes the configuration, the color mode of the monitor will be switched to Paper Color Sync mode and the system's ICC profile will be switched to the correspondent color space. You may launch Photoshop or Lightroom to retouch the photo and print out. If you already launched Photoshop or Lightroom before configuring in Paper Color Sync, please re-launch again to make sure Photoshop or Lightroom has read the correct ICC profile.
Why is the color of the hard copy different from the monitor when I print out?
The ambient light might has influence on the print hard copy. Please make sure the color temperature of the light you use is between 4500K~5000K to get the best color rendering. *The light with 4500K-5000K color temperature has the best color rendering and also meets ISO12647 printing standard.
How can I adjust display settings in Mac OS for BenQ PD/SW series monitors?
Please refer to the FAQ video in the following link for a detailed set up guide.
Learn More