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Moab Support Forum > Print quality: standard or high?

I am using Lasal Exhibition Luster 300 (8.5x11) on a Canon Pro-10. I understand I should use the pro platinum media setting, but should I set print quality to standard or high? What difference does it make?

Also, I installed the ICC profile last year. Do I need to re-install it as the web page now says?



October 18, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterRob

Changing the print quality from standard to high means that the printhead makes more passes over the same area, which should give you a tighter dot pattern, and higher print quality. It also means your time per print will increase. Whether you see an increase in 'quality' depends on the tonal content of your photographs. I would suggest printing 2 different images at both quality settings to see if you notice a difference.

Our ICC profiles for the Pro-10 were updated this summer, so I would suggest deleting your old ones and downloading the new profiles from our site.

October 18, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMoab Paper Support