1. Printer self-test
Printer self-test includes settings such as nozzle correction, print head cleaning, etc. These self-tests can help users determine whether the printer can generate colors correctly.
2. Printer driver check
The printing preferences in most printer drivers provide color matching options that allow users to make fine adjustments on each color.
3. Work area light
The light in the working environment is equally important. Some surrounding or dazzling lights will adversely affect the display color of the monitor. When comparing the print output and the monitor image, the difference cannot be accurately observed. Lighting effects and monitor brightness contrast adjustment are also important
4, graphics driver
Some color printer driver's color information is read from the graphics card in the computer. If the color cannot be accurately and completely matched, the user can consider upgrading the driver of the computer's graphics card
5. Paper and ink problems
Print media such as some glossy photo papers cannot be exposed to the sun for a long time. The discomfort of temperature and humidity will also affect the normal performance of color. In addition, the print quality will also be affected by the ink usage time. Expiry date, consider replacing ink cartridges