Reviews and Problems with Epson Perfection 1660 Photo
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Not a photo scanner
A. Nawrocki, Amazon
25 August 2013
Summary: The Epsom 1660 says it is a photo scanner. I don't know what kind of photos they were scanner when they named it such, but I don't own any. The quality is shockingly bad. It won't even scan an ink sketch that is worthy of printing. Save this for documents and nothing more.
Summary: I bought this product because I edit pictures; I like the how quick the scanner does its work and the only drawback is that I had to make a power supply for it; I've seen the same scanners but this one was one of the cheapest I could find, but overall, this product definitely serves its purpose!
Summary: I had one just like it before and liked it. I already knew how to work it so it looked like a good deal. And it is a scanner that turns negatives into photo's and that is one of my favorite things about it.
Summary: This scanner produces fair results for most work. There is a major flaw in the design that prospective buyers should know. The assumption is that when scanning negatives, there will be a difference in density between the edge of the frame and the inter-frame space.
Summary: Worked fine when first installed. Lost hard drive and now ubable to re-install. Have done extensive and very time consuming research on the problem to no avail. Have un-installed and re-installed several times, following the instructions carefully.
Summary: Bought the so-called Mac compatible scanner last year and it worked with OS 9. I went to do this years batch of scans using OS X and no go. Image Capture doesn't see it connected via USB. An Apple Support document indicates that the 1660 Photo driver is NOT a built-in driver in Mac OS X.