Summary: The print quality is really good, and the colour reproduction is excellent. Much better than my HP Officejet Pro 8600. It also print nicely on glossy brochure paper, although if printing duplex it flips a little too quickly which meant on a few of my brochures the ink wasn't quite fully dried before...
Summary: My only complaint has been that the manual paper feed is a little flakey and difficult to always feed the paper straight. Particularly annoying when printing checks. It also goes to sleep a little too fast (4-5 minutes) and then you have to wake it before you can feed the next check.
Summary: Works perfectly with amazing color. If you connect to a network, it can be a little tricky. Get help from an expert. Connect using a USB is is very easy. Be sure to download the manuals first, as you will need them to set up and learn how it works.
Summary: To my dismay, most of what has been said as negative, has in fact been negative. I have read external reviews as well, and they had the same issue that I had XEROX DOES NOT CARE about their products.
Summary: Waste of money. Two years and less than 10,000 pages and this thing is toast. Parts replacement will come close to 75% of the purchase of new but that's not the worst part of ownership. The scanner is incredibly slow compared to lesser-cost machines.
Summary: Great printer! I have two of this exact same model. Got my first one last year for our new office. Bought the second one last month for for my home office. Very fast, reliable with great print quality. I don't use the fax feature because, well, who faxes anymore.
Summary: We bought this printer for our office in April. Since then, I have gotten if to print correctly about ten times. Then the thing either prints all PINK or with ghost copies of the last thing you attempted to print.
XEROX 6505dn is pretty much junk, a disposable printer at 100,000 pages
Mike R., Amazon
15 July 2014
Summary: We bought several of these Xerox 6505DN printers last year and though they are very expensive to operate/maintain (toner and imaging units) we were generally satisfied with them... until.... The first printer printer hit 100K pages.