> Probably true, but not particularly relevant. I don't know of ANY
> printers that can't produce a yellow and a cyan that lie way outside
> sRGB. As in many other things, size isn't what matters-it's how the
> two participants (in this case, source space and destination space)
> work together. sRGB is a particularly poor match to the gamuts of
> most printing devices.
What about so-called "sRGB printers", you know the ones that correspond to
an "output" sRGB profile? Is that any different? I allude to the fact that
there are many flavors of sRGB, like [sRGB-Input] and [sRGB-output]. It gets
confusing. Why not simply one sRGB profile, like the one shipping with all
Adobe apps dubbed [sRGB IEC61966-2.1] made by HP?