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Re: 1520 or 1160??? Hey how fasy is it!



I have both printers and the 1160 is only marginally faster if at all -
the benefit for me is simply the much smaller grain. The 1160 is slightly
less saturated and has to be compensated for - I guess because of the
smaller droplet size.

Garry

On Wed, 8 Dec 1999 17:19:27 EST TMorris862@aol.com writes:
>  To: Murray & Irina Zaharia
> 
> In a message dated 99-12-08 16:42:02 EST, you wrote:
> 
> << My initial testing with the 1160 and Archiva inks is underway.  
> All I will
>  say right now is WOW!  On almost all papers so far the 1160 gives 
> me an
>  equal or better (sharper) image than my Ex with Epson inks. Deep, 
> dark
>  blacks included.  I will post more results after the weekend. This 
> is
>  definately a great combination!!
>  
>  Regards,
>  Murray Zaharia >>
> 
> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> Great news about the image of the 1160 hey I like the 1160! I just 
> do not 
> think it would hold up the the amount of prints I run and the 1520 
> is a 
> proven workhorse.
> 
> I might get the 1160 or the 1200 just for some smaller prints but 
> for now as 
> you know I do the big stuff. , and others ( finally) have posted 
> that for the 
> big stuff the 1520 is just fine!
> 
> But now that you are printing with the 1160 is it any faster that 
> your other 
> Epsons?
> 
>  Thanks
> 
>                                                TomCat
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