Reviews and Problems with Epson Stylus Photo R2000
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and the price - with rebate - was better than just "right"
L. Barstow, Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: I bought this printer to replace my longtime companion R1800 after its unfortunate demise. (It had reached the maximum number of head cleanings, and the blue head was clogged in ways I could not fix no matter how many tricks and utilities I tried.
Excerpt: I use the printer for printing photos to display in my house and for friends, occasionally for pay. It's my 3d wide-carriage Epson (13"). The first two died after several years of use each, so I'm satisfied with durability.
Excerpt: Like that I can print from roll. The prints comes out darker than the ones from my Epson Stylus Photo 1400 printer. I don't like that. I also feel that the page sizes are different. Otherwise the printer is OK.
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.
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 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.
Summary: I've had this printer only a few days, but I've printed about 20 prints on various papers, and I've come to a couple of conclusions: (1) this printer can produce beautiful prints with rich color and great detail. The colors are a little off, but that's because I have yet to calibrate it.