Brother MFC-J6920DW Multifunction Colour A3 Inkjet Printer Review

Click here for more info on this impressive device: http://www.printerbase.co.uk/MFC-J6920

Comments

Joe Ye says:

hi, i want to know when scanning how can i change it so it scans in A4 not A3 size

Nadim Zahery says:

amazing review

niand01 says:

hi,I got one of these last week, I printed 10 a4 photo paper and one of my cartages are done!!!!! looked for them on brother website. set costs £64 ?????? I see a lot of cheap inks on ebay but what ones would you recommend?

T Burty says:

This was a really good and useful review! Thanks Nick!

mohammed. osman says:

brother MFC-J 3520 IS a A3 and A4 colour printing and scaning fantastic but ink catredjes r very if it desighn with ink tank its a very good.

John Terdik says:

How in the heck do you print multiple A3 pages?

Tena Lindsay says:

how do I print 8x 10 in invitation

Jared Cheriyan says:

Hi Nick  thinking of buying a A3 Multifunctional printer, can you highlight the pro and cons and the differences of the Brother MFC J6920DW vs the Epson workforce WF 7620 printer.

edisonmorais says:

Does it scan A3 documents? Thank You

LadyClove says:

When this prints double side, does it print one side first then suck it back in to print the 2nd side or does it print both sides with a single pass? Thanks!

Tomisaburo R. Mizugawa says:

Does the scanning software support batch scanning?

Safiro Nostradamus says:

Gracias por la información.

Caro says:

THANKS 😀

sangam rai says:

@ printerbase
dear sir,
I am willing to buy 3 in 1 ink jet printer but one of my freind advice me to buy Brother.
So, please would you help me by giving you opinion whether I should buy this model or not.
And please let me know the present market price.

Thank you.

Stephanie Chan says:

Hi, I have the J3720 , how do i use the ADF with A3 sheets? Thanks

Giustiziaa Tzivos Hashem says:

Hello, I have a question. Can you use photopaper A3, to print out a A3 photo?

Tena Lindsay says:

I need help

Camisetas Gandasport says:

which is the maximum thickness of paper that this printer supports?

80goal says:

Does the ADF supports 11×17″ (A3)? if not do you know other machine models that can do ADF 11×17″ ?

Titus Law Office says:

Excellent review, thank you.

Ravi Gupta says:

Hi, can you let me know if the ink that this printer uses are waterproof and fade resistant? Also, If this printer prints on single cartridge if I need to (suppose I just need to print the black or cyan)? It will be great if you can share the images of prints the machine delivers. Thanks in advance.

LadyClove says:

Which is better the MFC-J5720DW or the MFC-J6920DW? Are there any features that makes one better than the other? Thanks

Matias Araya says:

as I can print duplex ? to print I get a face well and the other leaves above me , is how will always come out? regards

lizardboy81 says:

The software is crap.

William G. Medina says:

Thanks a lot for the review. It helped a lot in making my decision easier 🙂

Lighthouse.TV.Overdrive says:

nice review champ. Thanks for the info.

Graham Finlay says:

Hi folks, thanks for the information. Can you tell me whether this machine can print a counter report showing the number of colour and mono pages printed? Or even display the information on screen?

Jadwiga Nałęczna says:

What’s the main difrence to MCF-j6520DW?

Wayne Manna says:

I have owned one of this model for 3 years. Would NEVER buy one again. I bought it to give me the option of printing on A3 – except I have never been able to get it to print reliably on A3. Every time I have tried, it is a monumental frustration and after 15 minutes of mucking around and switching trays, I give up. It is not a terrible printer in terms of quality and its “Best” in black & white is OK for business use – but forget using colour for business as the quality is poor – I use a red and dark blue logo for business and the colours on letterhead are very wishy-washy, even on Best quality. Double sided printing and scanning is OK but when scanning, the paper feed goes askew, so very difficult to scan a copy that can be sent to a client. Also, like most brands of inkjet (unlike HP), this printer uses some colour ink to print in black and white. So even though I print very little colour, colour inks still run out far too quickly and are too costly for the quality. You also can’t just turn the printer off. There is a massive stuff around to turn it back on again – you almost have to stand on your head – absurd. If you really need A3, possibly worth a risk, but I would not recommend this printer overall – 2 stars out of 5.

 Write a comment

*

Do you like our videos?
Do you want to see more like that?

Please click below to support us on Facebook!