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Also, my iMac has different calibration tools inside the display settings, however I’ve read that it’s smart to not use them, but to buy specific calibration software instead.

Actually, those are colour space options. A calibration tool runs software that puts blocks of colour on your monitor, then using a USB device, it reads the values generated by your monitor and makes a file that alters the way your monitor is driven so that what you see is what you are supposed to see. Does that make any sense?

Check out:

Display Calibration


http://www.xrite.com/colormunki-display

They are a couple of the top ones at reasonable prices.