Reviews and Problems with Epson Stylus Photo RX595
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Great printer, great color!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I got this printer when my Lexmark all in one died. This printer by far exceeds the quality of that one. The color is true, even when the ink starts to run low. The clarity is great. I printed some photos from my wedding on it, and they look very professional. The color scanning is very nice.
Excerpt: I love the Epson Photo Printer RX595. My husband bought me this printer a couple of years ago-and I have been pleased with it ever since. It prints photos so quickly and they always look wonderful. I've stopped ordering so many online now-and just do my own printing at home! I also love that it has a copier and scanner as well!
Excerpt: We were gifted with this printer when our other one had broke. It was a free gift when someone in our family bought a new camera. I love this printer! It does everything. It scans, copies, prints. I can print directly onto cd's and dvd's although I haven't used that yet because I usually just use the label to put on them. It works with cardstock for my crafting needs. It can print on to envelopes too. I haven't used all the features on it yet.
Excerpt: My husband bought my Epson RX595 printer for me when I started my own business. I won't lie, I have had some issues with it, but it prints great photos and has always given me options. I like that I can take it on the go with me. All I have to do is insert my memory card and hit print!!! I usually don't do that but at least I have the option! A disadvantage that I have seen with this printer is the cost of ink and paper.
Excerpt: I have been a loyal Epson Printer user for 6 years. This is my second Epson printer and I have had it now for at least two years. I have no need to upgrade as I love it. My only two complaints about it is that it is big and heavy and it is not wireless. It makes great copies, excellent photos, and scans quickly and flawlessly. I have no plans of upgrading it at any point in the near future.
The Stylus rx 595 is the perfect printer for any environment.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The stylus rx 595 is a great all in one printer for students, small business owners, and just all around any person. It is very easy to install, and also operate. This printer has many other options than just being a copier, printer, and scanner. It also prints cds and dvds, has bluetooth, photo editor, and memory card slots of different sizes (SD, Sony memory stick).
Excerpt: Got this printer on a remanufactured deal for a great price. Quality of print outs is great. Drawback is that the printer is programmed to only accept Epson ink. Several cheaper brands of ink that I used, brought up a Ink not recognized warning and locked up the printer. This printer needs 6 separate cartridegs for it to work.
The Epson Stylus Photo RX595 is remarkable for the price!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: My husband bought me the Epson Stylus Photo RX595 all-in-one printer about three months ago to replace an older modle. I was impressed with the price, but when it arrived, I was absolutly amazed. It was easy to set up and install on my computer, it prints quickly and the quality is great. I very quickly fell in love with this machine. I even printed my brother's wedding invitations with this printer.
Excerpt: For a photo printer I give this a less than satisfactory review. The pictures are rarely true to color. I have tried various papers as well as every dpi setting there is, and have rarely printed a picture that I would put in a frame, much less an album. Another negative is that the print cartridges are very expensive, and you are forced to change them even when they are not completely empty and/or are showing no signs that the color is lightening / empty.
Excerpt: Overall its a dependable printer and copier although I sometimes have difficulty printing in black & white only. It's suppose to make photos but it can be hit and miss. If you try long enough you can develop a professional quality result, but it is costly (paper) and if you don't do it regularly the lack of operator experience can dictate taking your processing to a retail outlet.