Epson Stylus CX6600 is a All-in-One Printer features Max. Print Resolution Up to 5760 x 1440 optimized dpi, Print Speed Black Up to 22 ppm, Color Up to 11 ppm, 4″ x 6″ Photo 76 sec, Copy Speed Up to 16cpm black text, Max. Resolution 9600 x 9600 interpolated, Paper Sizes Letter, legal, half-letter, executive, user definable 3.5″ x 3.5″ up to 8.5″ x 44″, . The Epson Stylus CX6600 measures 23″ x 17.75″ x 12″ (L x W x H) and weighs 18.8 lb.
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Epson Stylus CX6600 Reviews
CNET reviews the Epson Stylus CX6600 and writes;
“The CX6600′s output quality consistently impressed us. Text samples were sharp–as good as they get for inkjet printers. And despite their slight reddish tinge, photos were crisp and detailed… The CX6600 was an excellent inkjet multifunction performer. While it could pick up the scanning pace, its output quality ranks among the best in the market. The printer was tested with its factory default settings, which can be adjusted for better outcomes in both quality and speed.”
Expertreviews reviews the Epson Stylus CX6600 and writes;
“Mono copy quality is extremely good, with text remaining legible through seven generations. Colour copies are less impressive, with a greenish cast to graphics and text making characters in our test image look profoundly seasick by the third generation.”
PCWorld reviews the Epson Stylus CX6600 and writes;
“The CX6600 produced some of the most impressive color scans of the MFPs we tested, earning a score of Very Good. Text remained dark and sharp in copies, on a par with the copies of most other inkjet MFPs we tested, but color copies looked garish and overcontrasted.We were impressed with the sleek looks of the CX6600′s rounded case. The front panel is nicely laid out, with copy and scan buttons, as well as a button for printing straight from the media card reader.”
Techradar reviews the Epson Stylus CX6600 and writes;
“As a colour text printer, scanner or plain old photocopier, the CX6600 functions well enough. The running costs are reasonable, thanks to separate tanks for each of the three colours inks and the black that the CX6600 uses.”
PCMag reviews the Epson Stylus CX6600 and writes;
“Output quality is a strong point. Surprisingly, however, it’s not quite up to the CX4600 for graphics, earning a score at the high end of good, compared with the high end of very good for the CX4600. Both printers earned scores at the high end of very good for text and photos… Quality for scanning and standalone copying was more than acceptable, although running copying from the front-panel controls produced better color fidelity than giving a copy command from the computer.”
Epson Stylus CX6600 User Reviews
So far, great
“I had gotten the printer primarily for the photo printing, and the DuraBrite system has been exceptional. We printed out all of our holiday photo cards, and the quality was amazing, including great depth of color and really dark blacks, while the regular color photo paper appeared more “washed out.”.. The scanner is pretty good, though the software (again) isn’t as good as other suites I’ve seen, but it does the job and doesn’t require a lot of training. Regular printing was easy and looked great, and I haven’t used the copy function yet, as that was the least important feature, but wanted it just in case, rather than driving to Kinko’s for one copy. “ – by Conrad
Great Value for the Money – So Far
“Like the idea of separate color cartridges a lot. Right now they are running pretty even (there is a handy gauge that shows the ink level of each cartridge), I can see that if you print a run of sunset pictures, you are going to run shy of yellow much quicker than blue. Cartridges are in the thirtie$ for a big black one and 10-12 for each color. Reads directly from a multitude of memory cards. Have not tried printing this way and since the printer has no LED screen, it seems this might prove tricky, I shant pre-judge. Nice to know it can do it. Print speed is a big step up from our old Lexmark 52. Both color and B&W. Have printed a couple photos and can find no faults. They are lovely. “ – by Mike
“as we all know reviews are over rated. I had a cx 5600 before and it was good but then i started becoming cheap and bought the no name ink for it and it messed it up. if you want a good printer the cx 6600 is for you. it has all features u need colors are good for its price and works for business since i currently own UISRegistry.com and i print up around 500-600 business cards weekly and around 40-50 advertisement brochures this is your printer unless you are looking for a dot matrix which as the other reviewers complained about print heads. “ – by Vinncent Wong
An all-in-one printer that actually does all its jobs well
“Enticed by the $50 rebate (and tired of fighting with our old HP DeskJet), we took the plunge and bought this printer. The scan quality is very good so far. The print speed is excellent, especially in B&W. I’ve been most impressed, though, by the feature I feared would be substandard: photo printing. I’ve printed 8×10 and 4×6 photos straight out of iPhoto, and I must say that they look as if they were 35mm prints from a lab. And when you add in its standalone copying capability, I must say that it’s a heck of a bargain — one that’s ideal for a home office. “ – by bscepter
I am thrilled
“I have been using mine for 4 months now, and I have had no problems at all. It is easy to use, and it produces a high quality product. The photos come out well, and I like being able to plug your digital camera’s memory card directly into it for fast and easy printing. I have not had to replace ink yet. You can replace the ink one color at a time, and it’s CHEAP. Buy ink from one of the Amazon sellers for less than a dollar per color! I stocked up! “ – by S. Paquin
A great overall value
“I purchased this printer to replace an HP Laserjet Multifunction unit. Overall I am very satisfied with this model. I was initially looking for a simply a new inkjet printer, but purchased this due to the low cost. Consider this model when comparison shopping. “ – by Jeff Ehorn
Excellent product but installation may make you annoyed
“That said, the product is fantastic once it gets going. I am more than pleased with the copying ability, and for my purposes the photo quality is more than acceptable. Users which claim Epson printers have a low life expectancy are correct, but I usually plan on replacing them every two years anyway. It’s par for the course. At the market price for this all in one, if you get a year out of it you’ve done well. Make sure you use it atleast once a week to keep the jet tubes cleared and you’ll be better off.” – by medialint
Get one before they’re all gone
“FAVORABLE FUNCTIONALITY FACTORS: MUCH IMPROVED OVER PREVIOUS MODELS AS WELL: Very fast in all functions, printing, scanning, and most especially copying. Very quiet in comparison to all competitors. “ – by Derek Jacobs
Avoid Avoid Avoid – Now 1 Star at best
“The CX6600 is quiet and everything that I have tried to do so far appears to be working perfectly. I scanned and printed an old, somewhat faded, photograph using Microsoft Picture It. The CX6600 printed output was far sharper and had deeper colors than the original. All told the CX6600 is greatly superior to my now dead CX5200. The CX6600 scanner can scan at 1200 x 2400dpi and can print up to 5760dpi. It uses four DuraBrite ink cartridges. Unlike most very short life HP inks with this printer, using the right Epson paper with Epson DuraBrite ink means that your printed photo will outlast you by a many years. “ – by M. R. Reynolds
Amazing print quality
“This printer works perfectly for my needs: light printing and occasional scanning for faxes. I have printed some photos with it on some glossy paper, and they look fantastic. Don’t expect blazing speeds when printing photos. Printing a full page photo on 8.5×11 can take several minutes (but it will look amazing). Epsons have also gotten much quieter recently – my last Epson inkjet was very loud and took a long time to warm up. This one is fast and quiet.” – by J. Livingston
Great For Black And White! Okay for Color. Drainks Ink
“I’ve gotten my own Epson CX6600 around 8 months ago and it is working great. I’m generally content BUT like any other printer, it isn’t perfect. This printer is great for black and whites, but generally fine for color. If you print a lot in black and white, this is the printer for you… In conclusion, I’m very pleased. I print massive amounts of black and white papers a time. Unfortunately, if you are a huge color printer, this is not the best printer for you. Scanner is a good quality, but it takes a while to scan color. Copier is fantastic, especially black and white.” – by xNaNoDax
Epson Stylus CX6600 Brochure & User Guide
Epson Stylus CX6600 Features
The versatile Epson Stylus CX6600 provides premium performance at a truly remarkable value. This hard-working all-in-one offers photo quality printing from popular memory cards, full-featured scanning, and convenient color copying-all without a computer.
Up to 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi resolution delivers exceptional image quality for your best photos. The CX6600 also excels at printing graphics, documents, and flyers. Epson’s exclusive DURABrite Inks ensure water-, smudge-, and light-resistant output, for vivid, long-lasting results. And, BorderFree printing means anyone can create beautiful photos in frame-ready sizes (4 by 6, 5 by 7, and 8 x 10 inches). Best of all, because it’s a DURABrite Photo Series product, this flexible all-in-one comes with 20 sheets of photo paper, Photo Series software, and quick access to Epson’s exclusive photo craft and photo sharing web sites.
With 48-bit color, 1,200 x 2,400 dpi hardware scanning, and Epson Smart Panel software, the CX6600 offers even more flexibility, making it easy to scan images to fax, e-mail, and more. And, there’s a fast, simple way to restore faded color photos with exclusive Epson Easy Photo Fix scanning technology.
The Epson Stylus CX6600 even offers brilliant color and black-and-white copying, with or without borders, no computer required! Built-in card slots and photo proof sheet provide a simple way to print directly from digital camera memory cards. Ideal for any home setting, this product comes with cost-effective individual ink cartridges, plus both Windows and Macintosh compatibility. It’s everything you need to create show-stopping projects–all in one affordable solution.
Features & Benefits
Get more done with high-speed, high quality printing
* Prints black text at up to 22 ppm, 11 ppm color¹
* Delivers up to 5760 x 1440 optimized dpi
Enjoy the DURABrite Photo Series advantage
* Includes a photo paper pack (20 sheets), Photo Series software, and easy access to Epson’s exclusive photo crafts and photo sharing websites
Restore faded color photos
* Includes exclusive Epson Easy Photo Fix™ scanning technology
Make a lasting impression with water, smudge, and light-resistant¹ DURABrite® Inks
* For brilliant, long-lasting photos
Includes exclusive Epson Easy Photo Fix™ scanning technology
* Scans at 48-bit, 1200 x 2400 dpi resolution
Create stunning color copies with ease- no computer needed!
Print and copy photos in popular, BorderFree™ sizes (4″ x 6″, 5″ x 7″, 8″ x 10″, and letter)
Print directly from popular memory cards
* With the handy photo proof sheet, anyone can view, select and print images from a digital camera memory card-no PC required!
Convenient individual ink cartridges
* For easy, cost-effective replacement
Ready for your most challenging projects.
Designed to accomplish virtually any task, the Epson Stylus® CX6600 all-in-one offers high-performance printing, full-featured scanning, built-in card slots, and convenient PC-free copying.
What’s in the Box
CX6600, paper tray, color ink cartridge, black ink cartridge, power cable, 20 sheets photo paper, Photo Series disk, Smart Panel software, drivers, quick start poster, user’s manual, warranty card; printer cable not included.
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