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Author Topic: R2000 and R3000 for printing only color and Glossy  (Read 434 times)
EinstStein
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« on: October 30, 2013, 10:43:12 PM »
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R2000/Hi-Glossy2 is good for glossy paper and color, but not  for matt or B&W.
R3000/K3 is more flexible, good for matt and B&W too.

But if I can live with only color and glossy, what's the disadvantage with R3000/K3?

Concerns on  R3000/K3:               I know I'd waste the Matt-black ink, as it will be outdated in 6 months (life once opened), but what if I don't put it on until I really want to use it?
Concerns on  R2000/Hi-Glossy2:    It seems R2000 is the only printer still using H-Glossy2, Would Epson discontinue this line soon?
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kjkahn
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« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2013, 12:22:51 PM »
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I know I'd waste the Matt-black ink, as it will be outdated in 6 months (life once opened), but what if I don't put it on until I really want to use it? ...

According to p.43 of the printed manual for the R3000, "... both must be installed for the printer to work."
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slackercruster
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« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2013, 02:55:55 PM »
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R 2000 does matte color nice

For BW, most of the time you must tone it with the 2000.
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