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Thank you for all the replies I've been getting. I really appreciate it. I'm not sure if I've got this right but it sounds like it is the Epson inks and paper that causes the orange shift, and the reason the 1270 and 870 are particularly at fault is because they have the chip in their cartridges and can't use 3rd party inks. So if I buy the 1200 or 1160 and use Epson inks, I might still have the risk of orange shift? I haven't figured out what OEM, CIS, or Generations are yet. (Is there a basic website that explains all this? I'm sure you all are tired of answering these newbie questions.) I am also having trouble following the logic of Epson's numbering of their machines. (ie, why is the 3000 considered lesser quality than 1160? and what is the "60" mean in 1160?) And since the 1160 and the 1200 are both wide format, is there a model that is the same quality but regular format? The artwork I'm looking to reproduce is very dark and rich. (My 600 has never come close to being able to achieve that level of saturation.) Perhaps one of these printers will be better for this type of art? Because Barry said: > The 1200 just lays down too much ink, > but I'm thinking that might be a good thing for me. The art is at http://lswstudio.homestead.com/main.html , if anyone has a minute to look at it. thanks again, linda sw - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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