Summary: Many people I see have the same complaints. But many people do not understand, You have to adjust the setting to your specific needs! You can not just hit print and think the magic will happen! There are different types of medias for every job you print.
Works great, multiple uses, great price, great product!
Benson Adams, Amazon
6 November 2010
Summary: You can't beat the price and value of this printer, you can use it for screen printing, dye sublimation, regular printing, and much more. Being able to print on 13" wide paper is great for projects, presentations, screen printing, dye sublimation, etc. Great value, great deal.
Summary: I already owned an Epson 1400 when I spotted this ad on Amazon. The printer is one of the best I've ever used (In the 13" x 19" category). The price was the deciding factor for me. I'll be using the second printer as a back-up although I've had no problems with the first one.
Summary: I had a HP printer before this Epson. When I got a new MacBook Pro the HP wouldn't work with it. I ordered the Epson Stylus Photo 1400 because I do scrap booking and I liked the feature of being able to print 12 x 12.
So far so good, and some inkjet stuff I've learned
B. Thomas, Amazon
23 March 2009
Summary: The Background: I upgraded from an R1800 that had lots of banding. Cleaning would take care of the banding but would deplete the "number" of prints. You see, the chips on the cartridges tell the software how many prints you can make before the ink is "out", and cleaning uses up a good chunk of that...
Summary: Comments about Epson Stylus 1400 Inkjet Photo Printer: As a result of neighborliness during hurricane Ike, many neighbors found out I know about computers. So I was called on to help with a few problems. Not only do we have this printer, but I found out that 5 neighbors on the block have it.
Pros: Compact Design, Durable, Easy Setup, Easy To Use, Fast Print Time, Low Ink Consumption, Reliable, Sharp Tones & Colors
Summary: Overall, this is a very nice printer. It's a very good choice for someone who does mainly (or entirely) low volume color work. It's geared toward the home user/low end hobbyist and hits the mark quite well.