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Personally, I'd go with the expensive option - you have a grand's-worth of screens there; why not have them both accurately profiled? The first downside of manual calibration is not knowing which of the two is 'more correct' in the first place - the second is actually getting them both to look the same... Back in the good old bad old CRT days I always used ...


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You can try buying a USB-C to DVI Adapter. Here is one that I found: https://www.amazon.com/CableCreation-USB-C-Adapter-Macbook-Chromebook/dp/B0125TZW24/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1467348424&sr=8-1&keywords=usb-c+to+dvi+adapter On the link it says that it should work with the new USB-C MacBook.



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