Written on: 27/11/2011
I bought my rx600 because I liked all of the options. I especially liked being able to do prints from slides. When I first got my printer, it was great. Picture quality was excellent. As time has gone on, the quality has gotten less and less. Even cleaning the print heads has not helped. I do not use this printer everyday due to the cost of the ink cartridges. I recently went to use it and I have the red exclamation light on and the lcd is blank. While trying to get help with this, I… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/12/2008 by Tictac (1 review written)
Some posts about ink useage, dodgy screens and drip pads - would recommend continuous inking system if a regular user. Otherwise use a chip-resetter for draining the unused third of the cartridge. The 'pad' issue, had it with another Epson and ended using a bit of cheap software to fool the printer it was ok[which it was anyway!] Screen - haven't had any problems so far and run for a couple of years now.
Would buy another one… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/11/2008
The quality of printing on the RX600 was good as was the ease of replacing color cartridges. Color cartridges could be replaced individually. Epson chould have made it possible for the consumer to replace the ink pads if they knew they were going to fail after such a relative short life. My next printer will not be an Epson… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/09/2008
Worked for a little while, when I first used it. Which wasn't much and then the warrenty ran out... The Epson RX600 uses a lot of ink and I think it also drys up quick. The reference manual is unhelpful I find. The error message is it is out of ink with a full ink cartridge. It cost a lot of money for how it worked and for what I got out of it I would have been money ahead by paying someone else to do my printing. Therefore I do not recommend this Epson all in one printer… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/01/2008
My Epson RX600 is a high quality printer. LCD Screen has gone bad in my printer. Luckily, there is a DIY fix for this problem. Now that my printer is working properly I will not replace it, but if I had known that the screen would stop working, I would not have purchased it… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/11/2007 by danrdk (1 review written)
I have owned an TRX600 for three years. Initial cost was laughably high compared with today's prices. I will be supplementing it with an R1400 A3+ printer with Caria inks. The RX600 replaced an HP RJ45 all-in-one that died. I have not used some of the standalone functions where you can print from memory cards (one OK test though)… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/03/2007 by rtnanca (1 review written)
I, like everyone else here, was happy until the LCD died.
My Epson Stylus Photo RX600's screen went dark after a little over 13 months of light usage. At first, I thought it was a loose wire, but it appears that the Epson Stylus Photo RX600 is notorious for the LCD screen burning out after so. Epson Website, they list 3 parts dealers for the LCD screen replacement. Non-authorized shops either don't fix Epson's or told me the cost of repair wasn't worth it. Searching the internet and I founded… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/07/2006 by nickthevic (1 review written)
I bought this printer about 18 months ago after reading up all the blurb about specifications etc. and after recommendations from several friends that epson was a good make. To be fair, it did all the things it should do initially, but two weeks after the warranty ran out (i.e. just over 12 months), the lcd display stopped working. Having contacted epson, they would only suggest taking it to the nearest epson agent (100 miles away from where I live) who would charge around a third of what I… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2006 by ScottHann (1 review written)
Three months after I bought this Epson RX600 unit, which by the way isn't an "All-in-One" don't buy it if you need to fax anything. The LCD screen died. If you look at other reviews you will see this is a common problem. Rather than replace it with a new unit, Epson sent me a refurbished machine. I'm getting someone else's headache. Why else would a brand new machine need to be refurbished? A year-and-a-half later, I get an error message common to other users: parts inside need replacement… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/05/2006 by yodadatoka (1 review written)
As an all in one this Epson RX600 is more of a printer with bits added to it and a fancy new display screen to allow it to act an "All-in-one" "all-on-it's-own" ie independant of a PC.
Don't go anywhere near it. I fell for the good reviews back in Dec 2004. I'll admit I was happy with it until the screen went the other day. Believe me I'm not the only one to be hit by this. It ain't just a bad batch, this is just cheap part selection.
We need laws which protect the environment from the throw… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/04/2006 by johnbuck (1 review written)
One year on and loads of emails to Epson and I'm still not able to print. I am going to throw this piece of junk away and buy anything other than Epson! Stay away from this printer!… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/11/2005 by CHINGS (1 review written)
I bought an Epson RX600 multifunction printer in August 2004 as it had an attractive look and good review/testing reports.
Firstly, the ink disappeared so quickly, even when you do not print, they dry quickly. Assuming you do no printing at all, your ink would completely run out within three months, and the cartridges are expensive (the wholesale price of the whole set of 6 cartridges costs about $60.00 in Costco or Sams Club).
The next problem is the slow speed. If you wait half a minute… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/11/2005 by jerryroy (1 review written)
I bought the Epson RX600 multifunction printer mostly for printing pictures. I compared the print quality to my HP 750 and HP 7350. The pictures from the Epson were clearer and brighter. It took longer to print, but I was looking for quality.
Unfortunately the quality did not last. I now get 3 streaks from top to bottom of the paper. The streaks are usually on the back but not always. When I got streaks, I would clean the inside and re-print. As time… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/10/2005 by brew1 (1 review written)
The Epson RX600 LCD screen has history of breaking down from 6 to 10 months after purchase, if you have one that functions after one year of use then perhaps you never plugged it in… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/07/2005 by jshealy (1 review written)
Went to Best Buy to purchase a HP Photo printer, the Epson Rep. was there and talked me into purchasing a RX600. It even came with a rebate, stated the Rep. Filled out the rebate and sent it in. Only to find that it didn't have one. Epson issued coupons to purchase something from the Epson store, to replace the rebate. I ordered printer cartridges for the Photo Printer. NEVER RECEIVED THEM! Purchased cartridges installed them and the printer went DEAD! Called Epson and spoke with an… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/10/2004 by SBodwal (1 review written)
I bought the Epson RX-600 to replace a CX5400 and am impressed with the print quality and the range of functions/utilities it came with… Read Full Review
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