Reviews and Problems with Epson Expression Photo XP-750
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not good when a printer is needed for business use
LINDA WRIGHT, Amazon
5 August 2014
Summary: Probably will not have another Epson,after two , and various problems all within 1 year of purchase,and still under warranty,have had to be returned to Epson,this latest model,as I write has been 4 weeks now, at Epson,not good when a printer is needed for business use.Look at alternatives to this...
Summary: I have not started the high capacity 24KL cartridges yet. I don't like the new printer as much as my old epson photo printer.(1)The paper feed is too complicated and the book doesn't help much.(2) There is no attachment for copying slides.
Summary: The print quality is outstanding with colours that jump right out of the paper, However. Every time that I have replaced the ink i've had to spend half of it cleaning the nozzle heads to get 1 or 2 of the colours actually working and by the time they are working properly I need a new cartridge...
Summary: On receipt I had to clean the print heads as the print quality was awful. Having done that it worked fine for a couple of weeks. Then it was printing really badly again. Checked the print heads and it appeared that the black was non existent.
Summary: I was very disappointed with the fact that the printer arrived minus a black and light cyan ink I contacted the seller who just said it was not their problem but I could return the printer to them it was cheaper to buy the ink but as you know it's not cheap as I had to buy genuine Epson ink I have...
Summary: I have not been moved to write a serious review before, but the XP-750 has provided me with such an extreme contrast between excellence and frustration that I feel the need to share my experience.
Summary: The epson XP-750 was very difficult to set up. I had to receive help from the Epson helpline, who gave me excellent service. I had trouble printing a 4x6 photo it half printed or printed just a 1/3. It takes many minutes to print and can be a little noisy.
Summary: I bought the Epson XP750 to replace my previous Canon Pixma printer which developed an un-repairable fault. I print quite a lot of CDs and DVDs and this Epson was one of the few on the market that had this facility.