> 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?
There is only one flavor of sRGB, the one you mentioned last. There
official variants like "Enhanced sRGB" = e-sRGB. But they have a
What you experienced is perhaps the quality of several products
official sRGB standard, thus looking like different sRGBs but in
reality being non
optimized software in those devices.
"sRGB printers" simply pretend to have a sRGB optimized input chanel.
internally map all color information to what the engineers felt to be
the real gamut.