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Brother MFC-9125cn Digital Color All-in-One with Fax and Networking

by Brother
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  • Print, Copy, Scan & Fax
  • Prints up to 19ppm in color and black
  • High-quality output at up to 600 x 2400 dpi
  • Ethernet network interface
  • Adjustable 250-sheet capacity paper tray
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  • network-ready

Product Description

The MFC-9125CN is a compact digital color all-in-one for home offices or small offices. It offers fast, high-quality printing and copying in color and black at up to 19ppm, color scanning and faxing. This compact all-in-one offers versatile paper handling with a 250-sheet capacity paper tray for letter or legal and a single-sheet manual feed slot for envelopes or thicker media. It has a built-in Ethernet network interface for sharing with others on your network and a 35-page auto document feeder for multi-page copying, scanning and faxing. Also, its top-loading design makes it easy to replace and install toner cartridges.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.3 x 16.9 x 15.7 inches ; 50.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 62.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0067PTVKW
  • Item model number: MFC9125CN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 14, 2011

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The color is crisp.
TriedIt
Too bad HP you sacrificed short term profits for a satisfied customer base who now use different product.
Daniel J. Cascioppo
Overall, this is a solid color laser printer from Brother.
RickNY

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Cascioppo on October 1, 2012
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I have been using Brother LED printers for years. I should preface this review with the fact that I am a computer consultant with advanced knowledge of computer equipment and printers. I was impressed with this unit's features and price. Out of the box this unit worked flawlessly. The machine is rather large, but does not take up a lot of room. It's footprint is very compact for a color laser printer.

I went through a battery of tests to verify that all functions worked. There were no problems. Set up was a breeze. I have several computers on the network and they all connected without problem. This unit is essentially the same as the 9325cw only without the annoying wireless networking option. I felt it was not worth the extra cost as I don't consider wireless printers to be reliable or fast enough for a small office. Wireless network printing gets me lots of calls because it constantly has to be reset and reconnected every time the router is reset or reprogrammed. It is cheaper and more reliable to hard wire it into the network or use USB and share the device. Laptops can still connect to this unit without wires through the WiFi network.

I have scores customers who have purchased this unit on my advice and have many years of great service from them. One thing I personally like about the machine is the fact it has remained largely the same for the last several years. I mean why change a great product for dubious features? This is a solid design and a reliable machine. It is a great work-group machine for 4-6 users in a small office and is excellent for a home office.

I find the print quality to be great for everyday color printing. The print engine is fast and reliable. The cost of genuine brother toner and drums is very reasonable.
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By RickNY on April 20, 2012
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Overall, this is a solid color laser printer from Brother. Recently, I decided I needed the ability to occasionally print color from my printer. I previously had a Brother MFC-8840D which was a monochrome workhorse -- but for color, I had an inkjet printer that I would keep in the closet until I needed it.. After months of non-use, color inkjet cartridges dry up, requiring an expensive trip to your local Staples for ink cartridges just to print a few color documents.

Pros on this unit:

- Its fast. First page out in B&W or color is quick.. Subsequent pages spit out very fast as well.
- I've generally found Brother products to be superior to others such as HP - even though HP tends to be more expensive.

Cons:

- the starter cartridges will only get you about 200 pages. A new set of regular cartridges is $200.
- colors are a bit on the dark side. Don't get this printer if you plan on printing photos from it.. Thats just not the best use of this printer, and you will be disappointed. Photos come out on the dark side, but office graphs, etc come out beautiful.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By woodrow stene on July 14, 2012
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I was getting really tired of inkjet printers which would dry up on you unless you used them constantly, and had picked up a little Brother 2820 laser printer which worked flawlessly no matter how long it sat between jobs, but I needed a wireless printer and I sort of wanted color also. I looked at a lot of machines, and I was repeatedly drawn to the Brother printers. In particular I was attracted to the Brother 9325, which was a wireless color digital printer with excellent reviews. (not exactly a laser, but close enough so as to make no real difference) But I was not happy with the price, which was about $450 at the time. Upon further looking I came upon the Brother 9125, which was the same machine without wireless (and a little flashcard port which was sort of useless anyway). This was available for only $280 at the time, but I really wanted that wireless capability. What to do? While I was stewing over this, I came upon the idea of directly connecting this printer to my wireless router. The 9125 had full networking capability, and had an ethernet port. Seeing as how the router and the spot for the prospective printer were only about 6 feet apart, I would be able to connect them with an ethernet cable easily. (No ethernet cables were supplied, but I bought a 15 foot excellent quality cable from Amazon at the same time I bought the machine for about $5) Would this work? Everyone said it would. It couldn't be that easy! But it was! I bought the thing (with free shipping!) and when it arrived I quickly set it up as instructed. Very clear directions, and when I put that install disk in the drive, it just took over and away we went.Read more ›
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By StraightShooter on January 10, 2013
UPDATE 1/8/14, Finally had to refill my color cartridges. Yellow & Magenta had degraded print quality so I filled all 3 color cartridges. Page count was 3898 pages at the time of first refill of color cartridges.

UPDATE 8/14/13, Finally had to refill my black (K) toner cartridge. I did not buy new cartridges, just refilled with a toner refill kit. The page count at the point of needing to refill the black was 1850 pages. I am over 2000 pages now and still have not needed to refill the color toner. I will update when I need to refill the color toner.

UPDATE 2/1/13, HOW TO RESET YOUR TONER CARTRIDGES: I discovered how to "rest" the toner cartridges as in my previous HL-3070CW printer. The process is similar and is as follows.
1. Turn the printer off and then on again.
2. Open the top cover while printer is powering up.
3. Printer will tell you the top cover is open, ignore the message.
4. Hit the "cancel/back" button. "K-STD toner" will appear on the screen.
5. Press "OK"
6. The screen with prompt "1. Reset 2. Exit"
7. Press "1" to reset the K-STD cartridge. After a brief moment the screen will return to the message that say "Top Cover is Open"
8. Follow steps 4-7 for the remainder of the cartridges. When "K-STD Toner" appears hit the down arrow to scroll down to the next cartridge you need to reset.

This process is a bit tedious compared to the process for the HL3070CW because you have to keep entering the menu and scrolling down to the cartridge you need to reset. But it is well worth it.

First of all I've sworn off all HP products and that was the reason for my search for an alternative color laser printer. My wife is an independent product consultant for a large world-wide seller of CPTG essential oils.
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