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>We are located in Italy where we can buy one without the RIP which makes it >far more affordable than in the States. We have suffered in the past with >drivers under NT for the 1520, clogged heads, banding, files exploding to >enormous sizes and never printing etc.etc. We have had much better luck with >our 3000s (thank goodness)but some bad memories still linger. > >I am curious to how users of the 5000 feel with their decision to buy one. >Many people have mentioned to me that the output of the new Photo 1200 >(printing photos) matches or exceedes the 5000. Is this true? Difficult for >me to believe considering the difference in price? > Well at the last Seybold (desktop publishing conf) I was reserching archival solutions and printers to go with them. At a number of places I was told to avoid the 5000, that it was "over-priced". I do have NT. It was one of the reasons I choose Epson, they have a full range of drivers for NT. FOr what it's worth I've not had any problems at all with my EX and NT. I've printed files as large as 135 MB. However, I do have 512 mb of memory, and 150 mb of pagefile. -vicki - Please: Stay on topic. Trim quoted messages. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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