Brother MFC9325CW Wireless Color Printer with Scanner, Copier & Fax
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- Print, Copy, Scan & Fax
- Prints up to 19ppm in color and black
- Wireless (802.11b/g) and Ethernet network interfaces
- High-quality output at up to 600 x 2400 dpi
- USB Direct Interface
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The MFC-9325CW 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 features a wireless network interface and a USB Direct Interface to print from or scan to your USB flash memory drive. It 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. Also, it has a 35-page auto document feeder and a top-loading design to easily replace or install toner cartridges.
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1- The machine appears solid and well-built.
2- Networking set-up was easy and all of the machine's functions can be accessed from any networked computer.
3- The machine can work as a stand alone Fax without having a computer on.
4- Printed text is very crip even in small print.
5- The quality of the copies are very good.
6- The printing cartridges are very easy to replace.
7- The machine is relatively quiet.
8- The machine came with great instuctions.
9- The software that came with the machine is intuitive to use.
1- Fairly frequently, the machine indictates that there is a paper jam when one tries to use the manual feed. Upon checking the machine, one finds no paper jam.
2- In order to remove a paper jam, all 4 toner cartridges need to be removed. They come out pretty easily, but nevertheless it is an unnecessary hassle. (The top has to be opened completely in order for one to be able to pull out a cartridge.)
3- There has been an issue in the reviews that the printer could potentially cause a fire by paper jammed in the machine reaching a high temprature and burning.
4- Even if one opens the back flap to "prevent" paper folds when feeding and printing envelopes, they come out wrinkled.
5- Accessing and opening the back flap and putting a couple of tabs down in the back of the machine in order to print envelopes is a hassle. If you print a lot of envelopes you might want to look at other printers.
5- The machine cannot print to the edge of the paper in any direction.
6- The instructions do not show any photo papers being recommended for use whereas they show other paper types.
7- Photos come out looking a bit coarse.
8- No duplex printing.
A good machine for a good price that has its limitations.
- Easy to setup on my wireless network
- Crisp clear printing.
- Fast printing (much faster than my ink jet).
- Holds a generous amount of paper.
- The printer display interface is not the most friendly and I do miss the larger color display on my Cannon.
- This printer is heavy, right around 50 pounds, so you will need something sturdy for it to set on.
- Ink cartridges are expensive to replace but they reportedly have a good longevity to them.
Overall I would highly recommend this printer but not for the casual user. The home office user should seriously consider this printer. It did cost twice what my Cannon ink jet did from 2 years ago but I think the upgrade to a laser jet is worth the extra cost. Brother seems to have a solid product here.
The "empty" cartridge is (435 gm) the new Brother Full is (473 grams in the packaging).Really less than 38 grams between a full cartridge and empty? so I called Brother thinking maybe a sofware bug was causing the system to report cartridges prematurely empty. Not according to Brothers CS I have the latest patches. After wasting my time verifying I was using authentic Brother cartiridges (Like I would call complaining if I was spending $25 for a High capacity refills rather than the $89 for a standard cartridge) they told me "my mileage will vary". I dont want to use remanufactured cartridges so I seriously don't know what printer I will buy to replace this one before it bankrupts us. Save yourself you've been warned. On the upside its Solid and has good software drivers.