Date: 01-06-2009 21:52
C'est effectivement sur les 7900.
"In the end, though without doubt the 4880, 7880 and 9800 are the best Epson photo-quality printers yet, and arguably as good as if not better than anything else on the market, these printers still have their Achilles heel – the need to swap black inks when changing between art / rag papers and glossy photo papers."
Sur une 7600, le changement de cartouche Noire, pour M. Reichmann, entraine la consomation de 100 $ d'encre...
"On the larger 7000 and 9000 series printers swapping was required, but most of the customers that used these large printers found that doing so was a very expensive proposition – more than $100 worth of inks were flushed into the holding tank each time just the one black cartridge was swapped. Consequently studios and labs typically devoted one printer to just one type of ink and used a second printer for the other."
La 1180 à été la première à profiter des deux noirs en simultané.