I have the cx7400 and yes it works as long as you use pigment ink you should be fine.
Did you click on the link I gave you above for the cx4300? Does your printer look like that printer and does it say DuraBrite Ultra on the bottom right emblem?well i got the CX4300 how can i make sure its ink is durabrite it came with 4 individual ink cartridges the black has the number T0921
and there is a number on all of them its 92
there no word says durabrite on the ink although its written on the box i just wanna make sure its pegment ink
Do you mean the heavy yellow tones? If you go to printer preferences and go to settings, you will see the settings for magenta, cyan and yellow. Alot of us seem to use Magenta +, Cyan +5, and yellow -10 to -20, depending on how warm you want the picture. These are just average settings, but alot of folks seem to go by them.i also need help to setup my ink configuration and settings as i heard that there is difference in the color thing?
I know i sound like lost but im new to the pigment ink thing
Yes!! I do, too, I dislike the regional thing. Keep that page I linked you to in the above post. Bookmark it. It lets you do searches beyond regional.thx alot girlzndollz i searched alot to find such a page full of preferences at EPSON but i couldnt find i hate that regional selection on the start page it only ables u to browse products available in ur region.
That is how inkjet printers are. The printers are cheap and the ink is expensive. The printers waste alot of ink, too. That is why most people switch from Epson Durabrite ink to a re-fill cartridge system, or a bulk ink system. Those ink systems are called compatible ink systems. The ink is made by another company, not Epson, and you can buy pigment ink cheaper that way.and the answer is yes i have the ticket thing and everything u said i just cant believe that the printer is cheaper than the Durabrite ink it self
I know, I saw that, too, but in the link to "yields" it was good to see your cartridge number. Actually, I put the cartridge number into that search (in the link above - it wouldn't work on the USA pages.)I was a bit confused when i saw the page of CX4300 that show different cartridges numbers...
thanks too much to all of you guys for your help (MRDAVID-GIRLZnDOLLZ-COEDS)
have a nice day