In a message dated 1/11/06 11:02 AM, Andrew Rodney wrote:
> I found this ³interesting² and thought I¹d see what others think of this
> by WILL CROCKETT UPDATED January, 2006.
> A link goes to a page that also states:
> FACT ONE: there are no printers with a color space (aka output space) that
> is larger (holding more volume of data) than sRGB.
That depends on how one interprets that statement:
- if that means a printer space that *encompasses* sRGB (i.e., contains all
of sRGB and even surpasses it), then it may be so;
- if one means that printers do not exceed the gamut of sRGB, that is not
true: though not overall larger than sRGB, even my lowly Epson 2200 can
print colors in the green-cyan and green-yellow-orange ranges on Premium
Luster paper that well exceed the gamut of sRGB.
(See my personal page for the ColorThink graph:
So the answer is yes and no, depending on what one means to say.