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  • BK

    Looking for a new home printer. I've had an Epson 1280 photo for about 6 years and it's finally died.

    Trying to keep it under $500 and stay inkjet.

    Any advice? Anyone like the Epson R2880?

    Dec 12, 12, 7:08 p.m. – Permalink
  • BK

    Anyone use the Epson Artisan 1430 Inkjet Printer?

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    Dog-earDec 12, 12, 7:37 p.m. – Permalink
  • BK

    Anyone?

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    Dog-earDec 13, 12, 8:53 a.m. – Permalink
  • omg

    the envy printers are bad ass!

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    Dog-earDec 13, 12, 9:10 a.m. – Permalink
  • pango

    seem like nobody has used one...
    I've used Epson 1400 and 3800. Just not the ones you mentioned...
    Obviously the more expensive one will have better quality (I've compared it).
    would you like to know about them? :\

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    Dog-earDec 15, 12, 11:59 p.m. – Permalink
  • yurimon

    this prob belongs in want of the day. http://surepress.webengager.com/…
    along with a separate apartment/office to keep it in.

    for desktops I am canon type of guy. if there is anything better please let me know...

    http://www.usa.canon.com/cusa/co…

    • i have the mark i—and i got it for $400, it's a killer printer. this one < is $50 more. awesome.jaylarson1/2
      um ya... that surepress thing is not even close to what he's asking about...pango2/2
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    Dog-earDec 16, 12, 12:12 a.m. – Permalink
  • pango

    oh wow... i'm not sure how Canon measures their specs or maybe they measures it differently.
    "PIXMA Pro9000 Mark II" has 6144 nozzles in total, divided by 8 colours which give them 768 nozzles per colour. O_O
    Epson's pro desktop printer "Epson Stylus Pro 4900" costs around $2k has 3600 nozzles in total and 360 nozzles per colour.

    I can't really tell you which one is better with-out comparing them my self. The only reason i'm using epson is that most(2) of the professional reprographic place i worked at all use Epson. And i like what I've seen. If you like Canon, great. They're good too.

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    Dog-earDec 16, 12, 1:08 a.m. – Permalink
  • vaxorcist

    Epson 2400 and Canon 9500 have been good for me.

    The Epson R1800 was random for me, often printed out blanks, or just sat there forever doing nothing, I called it "EPSON=Eventually Printing Something Or Nothing"

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    Dog-earDec 16, 12, 8:50 a.m. – Permalink

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