Photosmart Pro b9180 Vs Epson L1800

With one?

  • Photosmart Pro b9180

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  • Epson L1800

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Samo

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The rear sensor was a first suspect. But the suspicion was not confirmed. Finally I found an error in the optical sensor in the print head carriage. In the meantime, however, two printheads dried up and three colors passed (I am using 120ml HP70). As I use it only for home printing (few prints per week), I'm not sure whether I am willing to invest more money in the printer, which has been problematic right from the start :) For now it sits beside me waiting for the last opportunity sometimes in the future :)

P.S. Get the 100 Ohm resistance mentioned in my first link (if you dont have any at home). You'll need it in case of broken sensor.
 

YourInkedGirl

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Hello everyone :)

I want buy new printer for printing photos.

I have question, with one printer will be better?
Best Printers for 2019
  1. Canon Pixma TS9120. The best printer overall. ...
  2. Epson WorkForce WF-2760. Great budget all-in-one inkjet printer. ...
  3. Brother MFC-L2750DW XL. Best laser all-in-one printer. ...
  4. Brother INKvestment MFC-J995DW. ...
  5. Epson Expression XP-640. ...
  6. Brother MFC-J985DW. ...
  7. Canon Maxify MB5420. ...
  8. Canon ImageClass MF743Cdw.
One of these might end the conversation... :D:D:D
 

stratman

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I do not know about the other printers, but, for printing photos I would not include any Maxify. I have one, love it, with serviceable image quality and sharp text using pigment inks, but it is not designed for quality image printing.
 
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