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|"Overall, I love this R1900 printer. You can use it for printing photos of all sizes and will end up with fantastic results that look better than most photo labs." Jonathan Cost, Thinkmac.net (3.2.2011)|
|"…the R1900 handles color with more smoothness and aplomb than its competitors, and unlike them comes with a roll-paper attachment and CD/DVD printing capability." Russell Hart, American Photo (6.1.2008)|
|"Epson's inkjet produces the best glossy photos we've seen from any printer priced under $1,000...if you love the look of glossy photos, there's no better printer on the market right now." James Galbraith, Macworld (12.3.2008)|
|"Many scrapbookers agree that the Epson 1900 is the best printer on the market for printing out vividly colored pages." Laura Young, Kaboose.com (11.1.08)|
|"Epson has been trying to engineer a pigment printer optimized for producing the best glossy output possible, and with the R1900, they've succeeded. You won't find another printer that produces glossy output this good for under $2,000." Ben Long, CreativePro.com (6.18.08)|
|"For a printer that covers most bases well and really shines at color output, the R1900 is a winner. Overall, print quality and handling are superior, and the subtle colors and smooth graduations are a pleasure." John Blackford, Shutterbug (8.1.08)|
|"To see it print that fast…and come out with such precision in color, and unsurpassed quality, I was absolutely positively shocked…So folks, I would 100% recommend this printer" Adrienne Looman, House of Color Blog (11.24.08)|
Epson partnered with world-renowned color scientists at the Rochester Institute of Technology to develop Radiance technology, an advanced mathematical architecture that optimizes the use of each color more efficiently to maximize the total color gamut. Radiance also ensures smoother color transitions, reduced grain and more consistent color under different lighting conditions. The result is a truer photographic look with the best color possible.
Improved Print Speeds
With the Epson Stylus Photo R1900, you can produce high resolution prints at even faster speeds than its predecessor, the Epson Stylus Photo R1800. Print at 5760 x 1440 optimized dpi, and you’ll see a speed improvement of up to 60 percent. Now, you can produce an 11x14 glossy enlargement at the highest resolution in as fast as 2 minutes, 38 seconds.*
Multiple Paper Paths
Direct CD/DVD Printing
Print Panoramas up to 13” x 44” long!
Advanced MicroPiezo® print head with AMC™
Our Advanced MicroPiezo print head with AMC (Advanced Meniscus Control) is at the core of Epson’s advanced ink jet technology, which enables the Epson Stylus Photo R1900 to deliver such incredible detail. This permanent, high-performance print head can create variable sized droplets as small as 1.5 picoliters and place them with incredible precision. This professional print head also incorporates an ink-repelling coating which decreases maintenance and increases reliability. The result? Precision prints — every time. In fact, each ink droplet is so minute, dots are virtually indiscernible.
Bought this printer back in 2011 and have loved it overall. Not very often I have any quality issues, but I've always been able to clear that with it's self cleaning/aligning... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Koapono
I purchased my R1900 in January 2009. I used it a fair amount through 2011. It still works but I just can't bear the ink cartridge changes unless I'm printing 11X17 that our other... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dale Walker
The first Epson printer I owned was the Epson Stylus Photo 1270 bought in 2000/1 - it was a work horse and lasted for years. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Duke Wellz
for reference: i am on a mac 10.7.5 using Adobe CS 5.1
This is the issue you will experience with every print you do: GENERAL ERROR. Read more
I got this to replace my 2200 whose heads were solid asI had not used it for 6 months. To get the heads cleaned -$75/ would cost more than this printer. Read morePublished 10 months ago by David W Pearson
Do NOT but this printer. I have had 2 of these printers. I have so many issues with this printer. I have had the same issues with the printer not recognizing new genuine ink... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jonathan D. Sanders
I have used the R1900 for 4-5 years. Printed hundreds (at least 600) of 8.5x11 up to 13x19. Also a couple of thousand 4x6 prints. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jay A. Frogel
This printer sucks. It has a hard time gripping the paper. It also always has to warm up by making a lot of loud unnecessary sounds. Read morePublished 14 months ago by banila b
Printer requires a gloss opimizer ink that runs out after printing 3 large format papers. Would not have purchased this having known that. Read morePublished 15 months ago by summer