There has been an interesting discussion of how to convert Classic Macintosh Color to sRGB, which begs a second question. How does color on the IIgs compare to that of Classic Macintosh? I'm asking about actual hardware, the AppleColor RGB Monitor (IIgs) versus the AppleColor High-Resolution RGB (Macintosh) and it's successors. The IIgs is the question here as it has a number of additional display modes that makes it more compatible to the Macintosh than the other Apple IIs.
To clarify this is not a question about resolution or color modes on the IIgs versus the Macintosh. I'm well aware of the details of the 16 colors per line and pallet rules of the IIgs. I wrote a significant amount of software for Classic Macs that included intimate knowledge of how Quickdraw handled 4/8/16/32 bit color. This is a question about how the colors are displayed on the IIgs monitor versus on the Classic Macintosh monitor. Gamma, white-point, and color calibration play a huge role in colors you see on a CRT screen, as well as the actual phosphorus and the scan gun.