Reviews and Problems with Epson Stylus Photo R2000
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Epson Studio Lab Results
18 January 2015
Excerpt: I purchased this one from Staples and it is not even opened yet, as I took the last one they had and the box is pretty beat up. But the printer itself, I have one in use already and it is the best printer for the money on the market today. Inks are a little cashy, but the quality is worth every penny of the costs for inks.
Summary: Prints from the R2000 are excellent. My report here concerns printing speeds. I saw no difference in print quality regardless of type of connection. ---- A. My WiFi access point was within line-of-sight at a distance of eight feet. B. Using Photoshop CC, here are photo print speeds for the following settings expressed as mm:ss. C. Time measured from the time the printer moved the paper in until the printer ejected the paper.
Summary: For years I used the Epson R-800 and finally decided it was time to upgrade. For anyone considering a high quality inkjet this just maybe it. I found the setup straightforward and immediately produced excellent high quality prints that exceeded my expectations.
Summary: My chore was to find a large format printer (at least 13x19) that had good color properties and would print on canvas. I print almost exclusively on canvas and this was the best I could find for the money. So far it has performed well and both the ink usage and cost has been good.
Summary: I bought this printer because I liked the last version of it so much. This one, however, is not even close to the last one in quality. It is extremely slow, I can't get the colours properly adjusted no matter what I do, and it is always out of ink. i've tried changing the paper, changing the instructions and so on, but nothing seems to work. The Wi-fi connection is also unreliable, although that may not be entirely the fault of the printer.
Summary: I have owned the Epson 1800, 1900 and now the 2000. Unless I haven't read the manuals deeply enough, I find that the 2000 is the only one that does not save the printer settings and tweaks that I make for individually adjusting the color for each photo file I print. I allow the printer to control the color because I need to print from a non-calibrated laptop screen out of necessity. It is an annoyance that I can't save individual settings when I re-save files.
Summary: I've been using the R2000 Inkjet printer for about a month now. Set up went very well. After calibrating my display and setting up the printer to let let my applications control color, I get the exact image print displayed on my monitor.
Summary: I purchased the R2000 as an upgrade from my R1900 which had developed some problems. This is the better printer. The installation was easy and without any problems. The first 13 x 19 print was great, skin tones and overall color were a noticeable improvement from my 4 year old R1900. I would not hesitate to recommend this printer to anyone. It fits my needs better than expected.