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Epson Stylus DX9400f 4-in-one printer, scanner, copier, fax with individual ink cartridges

by Epson

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  • Print, scan, copy & fax documents
  • Individual Epson DURABrite Ultra pigment inks
  • High capacity black ink cartridges for higher yield
  • 30 page Automatic Document Feeder
  • Print photos direct from your memory card or via PictBridge
  • view, select & manipulate photos via the 2.5" LCD screen
  • Energy Star rating
  • Epson Creativity Suite 2.2
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Technical Details
BrandEpson
Item Weight8 Kg
Product Dimensions41 x 46 x 23.6 cm
Item model numberC11C696301
Number of USB 2.0 Ports2
Wattage13 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB000YH3TIO
Best Sellers Rank 152,324 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 Kg
Date First Available6 Nov 2007
  
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Product Description

A4 SPC with Memory Card Slots, 2.5 Inch Viewer, ADF, Fax and Individual DURABrite Ultra Inks.

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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By D. Laverick on 4 May 2008
I bought one for work use and was astounded at all the features available for the price of the unit, it really is 'all in one' and the LCD is adequate for
PC free photo printing.
The only floor is the horrendous ink management. Being that this is a printer, it's a fatal floor.
This thing drinks ink - it will nag that a new cartridge is low after only about 20 pages, and has no quarms about freezing up mid-print because it wants more ink.
Completely randomly it 'can't recognise ink cartridge' - you know it's being awkward as simply turning off & on again solves the problem. If you are tricked into removing & re-seating the cartridge, the printer will then spend the next five minutes flushing 1/4 of each colour onto the waste pad to clean the heads for you.
I'm going to try and save it by instaling a CISS, as I don't care about breaking it now - if that doesn't work, it's going in the bin!
P.S. Another floor for office use is the function the CX6400 had that let you scan to a PDF without using the PC to run the software, Epson seem to be removing functionality as model numbers increase!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By NeuroSplicer TOP 500 REVIEWER on 9 Nov 2008
After almost a decade, my old home printer (an EPSON Stylus 640 Photo) finally had to replaced. There was simply no way to align its heads so I hit the stores. Since I was very pleased with the print quality and durability of my old EPSON I decided not to change brands. It has been three months now and I did not regret it.

The EPSON DX9400F is a all-in-one miracle. An excellent scanner, a fast copy machine, a reliable printer and an easy to setup fax machine. Installing comes with easy to follow instructions and it was completed without a glitch. The menu and controls are intuitive - and the on-screen instructions are very helpful.
The machine comes also equipped with a multi-card reader to preview and print your digital photos without turning the PC on. I have not used that feature yet so I cannot comment on it.

The overall size is not small (base equal to a scanner and height about 10 inches and may need another 5 to clear the paper in the feeder) so plan accordingly. Also, while the actual printing is quite quiet, when paper is drawn into the printer the printer gets pretty loud (it will wake a light sleeper). If you do not want the machine to startle you in the middle of the night while receiving a fax, avoid installing it near a bedroom.

An invaluable advice from experience: the No.1 enemy of printers is dust. So, if you want to enjoy yours for years buy a plastic cover and unless printing, keep it covered. I know that it might be ugly but there is no way around it.

Finally, the day I bought this multi-function machine I stocked up on ink-packages they had on sale (I bought half a dozen). So far, I cannot confirm the "ink-hog" attribute.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Nicholls on 15 Mar 2009
Epson what a let down, as in other reviews i have had this 4 months now and spent £150 on ink. Print quality is worse than my previous Epson depsite being much older model. It will not accept any other compatible cartridges as previous Epsons have. And yes it will wake your neighbourhood up. If you fancied the wireless solution forget it after 3 hours trying to set this up I gave up it is certainly not for a novice and the instructions / help are useless. What happenend to plug and play!!
I will be looking else where for a new printer.
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By CHunt on 3 Jan 2008
I am soooooooooo sorry that I bought this printer.
The duplex printing is manual - you have to take the paper out and turn it around yourself, so you can't leave the work to print by itself - you have to supervise the printer.
The instructions are incorrect. If you adhere to the Epson instructions on how to place the paper in the printer and how to insert the paper for duplex printing it is totally incorrect. I spent ages experimenting and recording my own notes. This is important for me as I do a lot of 2 and 4 pages on a sheet. The method for getting duplex printing on each is different, but the printer gives the wrong instructions for all.
I had a Canon before and it was like magic, until I needed an additional printer and Epson was suggested. Every printer I have had has just done as it's been told.
The software is unattractive and looks like the old 3'5 MS-DOS format type of software - clunky and incorrect.
The ink runs out in no time at all. A warning stating that you must but more ink, and it must be Epson ink, prevents you from printing. I haven't discovered how to bypass this yet. Apparently you can't. Hence, Epson decides when I buy ink, how much I use, and the quality of print that I want. I can never get through a decent document without the printer coming to a total halt and telling me to buy more Epson ink. It's terrible. I will NEVER buy an Epson again. It claims to do things that it cannot. A big con!
I am very very disappointed. I will need to buy another printer as the ink purchases are simply to frequent and expensive. An absolutely awful and deeply regrettable buy. They must have rushed to get this out before Xmas. I have never had such problems before. I will go back to Canon for sure. the one star if for it physical small neat (deceiving) appearance.
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