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4 33846 Dec 22, 2006
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Description: The Epson STYLUS PRO 7600 features a new advanced Micro Piezo print head technology, 7-colour UltraChrome ink system and high media flexibility.The product capabilities make the STYLUS PRO 7600 the professional printer of choice for 2- and 4-up proofing, professional photography, Giclee or Fine Art prints, high quality POS prints and A1 size 3D-CAD and GIS image printing.

Key Features

Breathtaking picture quality is achieved by Epson's industry leading 2880 dpi print resolution and 4pl Ultra Micro Dot
Life-like skin tones and the finest details with Epson's expanded 7 colour UltraChrome ink set
Complete control over grey scale gradations and neutral tones with dual black ink cartridges, three different black ink configurations and unique Grey Balancer software utility
Maximise output quality by matching gloss or matte media with new Matte or Photo Black inks. White glove cartridge changing enables you to configure black inks in just 10 minutes
Printed images with a lightfastness up to 75* years (indoor) with Epson UltraChrome inks
Comprehensive utility software featuring executable maintenance, diagnostic tools, error-correction and user installable firmware upgrades
Output edge to edge, borderless prints to a specified range of widely used substrate dimensions
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Registered: Jul 7, 2005
Location: United States
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Review Date: Dec 22, 2006 Recommend? yes | Price paid: Not Indicated | Rating: 10 

Pros: Incredible print quality, good looking machine, easy interface
Cons: Throws unfixable codes, CLOGS CLOGS CLOGS, and thats using it everyday. This will be our last Epson large format unfortunately (unless the 9600 or newer have better reps.

3 of our 4 7600's have now thrown codes that we can't clear. All have created clogs that we can't unclog, all are rendered useless. We are stuck using a Kodak dye sub for up to 8x10's and a Fuji PICTROstat for up to 11x17's. Gone are the days of printing 2'x3' and larger sizes. We have just discovered that our HP 44" will print on the Epson paper very nicely, but it still doesn't compare to the 7600's quality which is amazing to say the least.

I really want to say that we got a bad batch, b/c I have a hard time that Epson would release machines that would crash at the same time like these have. I'd still recommend that machine b/c of that reason above.

Dec 22, 2006
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Location: United States
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Review Date: Jun 21, 2005 Recommend? yes | Price paid: $2,500.00 | Rating: 9 

Pros: Amazing printer for the money.
Cons: If not used on a consistent basis clogs occur.

Jun 21, 2005
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Registered: Mar 11, 2004
Location: United States
Posts: 529
Review Date: Mar 31, 2005 Recommend? yes | Price paid: $2,600.00 | Rating: 9 

Pros: Stunning panaroma images
Cons: Ransom the studio to pay the ink bill

Print quality on the Epson paper looks good but the studio staff prefers the Ilford pearl paper. We just received the 24" Ilford roll and I'll add another impression of the printer after we have been able to run that paper.

We opted for the dye system as opposed to the Ultra-chrome because of the color gamut range. Frankly the images from that printer rival anything I have seen from a print shop. Sorry I waited so long to buy it!

Mar 31, 2005
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Registered: Dec 3, 2003
Location: United States
Posts: 590
Review Date: Mar 16, 2005 Recommend? yes | Price paid: $2,995.00 | Rating: 10 

Pros: gorgeous prints, reliable.
Cons: makes my 4000 look like a toy, but it is not as fast and it is a big deal to change the photo black to mat black unlike the 4000 that has both installed at the same time.

Mar 16, 2005
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