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OT? Need decent printer for CD case inserts - 5/14/2003 3:49:47 PM   
Arranger

 

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Wasn't sure where to post this..........

Can anyone suggest a printer they've use for printing their CD jewel box inserts? I'd like to stay below $300.

I'm thinking of the HP Photosmart 7350. I don't know if a standard photo style printer is the way to go.

Thanks.
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RE: OT? Need decent printer for CD case inserts - 5/14/2003 6:41:54 PM   
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Back when I was working for a recordable media retail store, we used to use a trusty Lexxmark Z45 for all of our labels and jewel case inserts. It cost us roughly $50 canadian, and our customers were ALWAYS happy with the results. The best part was, when we ran out of ink, we bought a new printer since it was cheaper then refills we then held a raffle for the old printer

Honestly, I don't think I would EVER buy an HP again after the trouble I've had with them in the past. Lexxmark is cheap, quality, somewhat disposable (in a sense), and they line up REALLY easily to with CD Stomper Pro software. Also their tech support is VERY friendly, and puts Epson to shame.


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RE: OT? Need decent printer for CD case inserts - 5/15/2003 1:03:44 AM   
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just check the web for printer reviews. a regular inkjet will do the job. be sure to get high quality glossy paper though. this is key. if you buy them in the big bulk packages (like 100 sheets or so at costco), it isn't that expensive (relatively speaking).

i still use my epson 800 colour from 1997. don't know about epson tech support since i never had to use it :-).

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