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The EPSON Stylus Photo 925 gives users total control over printing, with or without a computer. This high-performance ink jet offers extreme versatility and delivers photo lab image quality with its superior 6-color Photo Ink system.
Printer Type: Color Inkjet Printer
Interface Connection: USB Yes
System Type: PC, Mac
Black & White Print Speed: 8 ppm
Product Title: Epson Stylus 925 Photo Printer
Power Score: 2.3 | 9 Reviews
Color Print Speed: 8 ppm
Maximum Print Resolution: 5760 x 720 dpi
Media Size: Letter - 8.50" x 11", Custom Size, 3" x 24.60"
Paper Handling Support: Envelope, Transparency, Plain Paper
Standard Input Sheet Capacity: 100 sheets
Category: Ink Jet
Height: 9.0 in
Weight: 14.10 lbs
Width: 11.4 in
Depth: 19.4 in
Warranty Information: 1 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Black & White Horizontal Resolution: 5760 dpi
Product Line: Stylus Photo
Dimensions: 9" Height x 11.40" Width x 19.40" Depth
Maximum Color Print Speed (ppm): 8
Labor Warranty: 1 year(s)
Max Sheet Capacity: 100
Product Model: 925
Brand Name: Epson
Print Resolution: 5760 x 720 dpi
Language Emulation: Epson Remote
Media Handling: 1 x Input Tray 100 Sheet
Recommended Use: Photo Print
Color Vertical Resolution: 720 dpi
Media Sizes Accepted: Sheet - 4" x 6", Sheet - 5" x 7", Sheet - 8" x 10", Sheet - A4 (210mm x 297mm), Sheet - US Executive (7.25" x 10.5"), Sheet - US Legal (8.5" x 14"), Sheet - US Letter (8.5" x 11")
Base Warranty: 1 year(s)
Frequency Band: Feature-rich photo printing, with or without a computer: Prints directly from digital camera memory cards or Direct Connect Compatible (DCC) digital cameras Superior 6-color Photo Ink system:Produces photo lab image quality for perfect highlights, more accurate skin tones and richer blacks Wide selection of easy-to-use PC-free print settings:Offers cropping, resizing, and automatic or manual image enhancements.Includes over 20 built-in templates to create greeting cards, portrait packages and more!Stores your digital photos direct to an Iomega Zip disk for instant archiving.Built-in automated roll paper cutter
Parts Warranty: 1 year(s)
Color Horizontal Resolution: 5760 dpi
Black & White Vertical Resolution: 720 dpi
Maximum Mono Print Speed (ppm): 8
Product Reviews (9)
I've owned an Epson photo 750, a...
Strengths: Nice job printing photos and text, but only with coated papers.
Weakness: Tiny ink cartridges, slooooow, noisy, plus the draft setting is almost impossible to read, requiring you to use normal, ink drinking, mode.
I've owned an Epson photo 750, a Lexmark and two HP Deskjets. I still use my old HP 722c. I promised I'd never buy another Epson. No question in my mind, they are a poor value. HP and Lexmark cartridges are much larger and cost the same or less. The only reason I bought the Epson Photo 925, was because Outpost was selling refurbished units for 39.95. Yes, you read that right. This includes a...
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I've owned an Epson photo 750, a Lexmark and two HP Deskjets. I still use my old HP 722c. I promised I'd never buy another Epson. No question in my mind, they are a poor value. HP and Lexmark cartridges are much larger and cost the same or less. The only reason I bought the Epson Photo 925, was because Outpost was selling refurbished units for 39.95. Yes, you read that right. This includes a color and black cartridge. Yep, for the price of the cartridges, I got a free printer. And after my Epson Photo 750 experience, 39.95 was about all I'd pay for the 925. I don't regret the purchase for the price, but no way I would ever buy another Epson product unless they were giving it away. It really makes you wonder, why would Outpost be selling the printers for 39.95? I say it's because they keep coming back, and they also probably had a ton of refurbished units sitting in a warehouse that nobody wanted. So far the 925 has been okay, but my 750 was nothing but trouble. Heads were clogged contantly and required endless, ink wasting, head/jet cleaning. The 925 sounds exactly like my old 750, hinting little has changed. Lexmark has been solid, but is cheapy and noisy.
I've been printing with ink jets for 10 years. Don't waste money on expensive inkjets. Find a deal on an HP photo printer for printing photos and color (125.00 or less). Then find a decent entry level laser printer for b/w printing (200.00). You may spend a little more up front, but the cost of printing b/w will be a fraction of ink jet cost, plus you'll get sharp text even on the cheapest paper sold.
My Prefs for inkjet:
HP - quiet, solid, reliable, very good quality print
Lexmark - loud, reliable, good quality print
Epson (if free)- loud, unreliable, drinks ink, good quality printing (photos only), text is good but only using coated paper.
By JoeSava - Jan 19, 2005
In summary, I hate this printer....
Strengths: It has good printing results when using the premium photo.
Weakness: The LCD and the viewer attachement are very difficult to read. The 4x6 paper roll is difficult to load and when printing from the roller, the photos are curled. Too many to list.
In summary, I hate this printer. It uses ink way too fast. It has too many conflicts with XP. The automatic paper cutter is not so automatic. It never cuts the paper where it is supposed to. Even after aligning the cutter over and over again it still won't cut the photo right. I have had this printer for about a year and I've only printed about 40 photos. Each printing experience has been...
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In summary, I hate this printer. It uses ink way too fast. It has too many conflicts with XP. The automatic paper cutter is not so automatic. It never cuts the paper where it is supposed to. Even after aligning the cutter over and over again it still won't cut the photo right.
I have had this printer for about a year and I've only printed about 40 photos. Each printing experience has been terrible. There has always been some problem... I hate this printer so much that I don't even bother to use it anymore. I've decided to never listen to an instore sales rep ie; epson again.
By ajdunkle - Jun 16, 2004
overall, prints out amazing...
Strengths: Outstanding photo quality
Weakness: Really slow. paper jams easily. ink does not last very long. eventually broke on me in a little more than a year.
overall, prints out amazing quality photos. unfortunately, you need a little patience using it because of lack of speed, jamming, and the amount of ink it eats up. wouldn't recommend it buying it.
By admiralrye - May 23, 2004
This printer has been great for...
Strengths: Awsome photo prints. Good color ink usage/price.
Weakness: Not really for everyday use. Slow for day to day printing.
This printer has been great for what I bought it for ... printing photos. I have two small children and am always printing photos for the grandparents, aunts, uncles etc...
However, I do still rely on my trustee old HP 882c for everyday printing of websites, text documents etc.
I don't think you'll find higher quality photo output from any printer close to this price range.
By jcikot - Dec 13, 2003
Saw an ad for this printer in...
Strengths: Turns on when you press the On button. Good quality photos - when you can get it to print
Weakness: little OS X support, no support for roll paper on macs, problems feeding paper, black cartridge out of ink after 15-30 pages
Saw an ad for this printer in MacWorld - falsely assumed that would mean that it was supported on my mac and liked the digital camera media slots. Bought the printer and have had nothing but trouble with it since. Using the roll paper attachment is not supported on Macs. This information is not available until you buy the thing and finally get around to trying to use and read in the manual that...
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Saw an ad for this printer in MacWorld - falsely assumed that would mean that it was supported on my mac and liked the digital camera media slots. Bought the printer and have had nothing but trouble with it since.
Using the roll paper attachment is not supported on Macs. This information is not available until you buy the thing and finally get around to trying to use and read in the manual that it isn't supported.
Not supported for printing via USB to the AirPort Extreme Base Station.
Had problems with it feeding paper. It would jam after printing 4-5 pages of 10+ page documents and would then have to feed paper one page at a time.
Have owned the printer about six months, and have only printed about 50 pages of documents, but gone through 3 black ink catridges (EPSON's site says I should be getting about 500 pgs per cartridges).
Another one of these printers that nothing on the printers works if one of the cartridges is out of ink or removed (ie. you want to print something that is color only, but you're out of black ink, or vice versa.)
So aggravated with it, only printed two photos with it, but they turn out excellent.
By lexthegeek - Aug 17, 2003