[Mageia-discuss] HP Printer
psimon at sonic.net
Thu Jun 21 20:51:26 CEST 2012
Getting "good color" depends on what you mean by good color. It's
subjective. Most color problems are due issues in color management, a not
easy subject. The least of if has to do with device calibration and
profiling. I do high quality digital ink jet printing and it took me about
five years of study and $1500 to get it right. Your time and expense is
going to depend on what you consider "good color." Let me know if you want
"Gary Montalbine" <gmontalbine at cox.net> wrote in
message news:4FE3178F.9030502 at cox.net...
>I would appreciate a recommendation for an HP printer/scanner that produces
>good color prints. I currently have a HP Photosmart Plus B209a that does
>not produce good prints.
> Thanks, Gary
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