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Ok, ok, here is my dilemma for small prints. I know that the Roland will be fine for large prints, but for the 11" x 14" size, using the Pigmented Inkset, it may be a little to grainy (the jury is out on this one me). If I knew that the desktop models will take the Roland Pigmented inkset, my problem is solved, I'd much rather use the desktop printer for the small stuff. I wonder if anyone can confirm running the Roland Pigmented 6 color inkset in the 5000 the EX or the 900. Hmmmmm, on the other hand maybe I'll print up an art project involving a bazzillion wallet sized photos and push the repeated image to the max in this postmodernist world on one sheet, then the Roland will be a must buy! Takichi Subject: AW: epson 9000 output comparison/Hi Fi Jet > > CDTobie@aol.com wrote: but on the other hand you can print 50 wallet photos in one > single row <G>. > snipety snip > you compare it with the 900 (which is a real letter size printer) - and it > is not very convenient to load sheets manually instead of the automatic > loader of the desktop printers. But you can do it if you need to. > > Juergen Roesch -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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