Canon CLI-221 2946B004 4-Color Value Pack in Retail Packaging-Black/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow Reviews




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  1. Gerald Knipe "G Knipe" says:
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    Expensive, but worth it!!, November 21, 2008
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    Gerald Knipe “G Knipe” (Kansas USA) –
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    This review is from: Canon CLI-221 2946B004 4-Color Value Pack in Retail Packaging-Black/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow (Office Product)

    I know this OEM ink is expensive, but the quality of this ink can’t be matched by the NONOEMS. If you care about the quality of your prints, this the way to go. I have used all kinds of after market products, and no matter what they claim about their quality, they just can’t compare to oem. I also ended up with clogged print heads and at least 1 trashed printer. Photo output with this ink is gorgeous, and the color tones are just right. You also save a few bucks with this 4 pack.

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  2. Keith Oliver "DefTech" says:
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    4.0 out of 5 stars
    OEM Canon Ink, March 6, 2009
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    Keith Oliver “DefTech” (Texas) –
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    This review is from: Canon CLI-221 2946B004 4-Color Value Pack in Retail Packaging-Black/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow (Office Product)

    I moved up to a MP620 from a previous Canon printer. While I’ll admit with the previous post that the ink wells are smaller, but they also use less drops of ink than my older model and gives out a MUCH better picture. And if you install the software that comes with the MP620, it will pop up showing a low cartridge, then click the exclamation above the tank, it will give you the part number needed. You can even click the ‘about ink’ button and will give you a nice large printable list of the ink part numbers.
    I’ll admit I still use local print shops for large quantities of 4×6 images, but single 4×6 or any other I can print with very pleasing results.
    NOTE: The Canon Photo print software gives a more true to life color than either Photoshop or Lightroom. I know something needs to be changed in the Adobe software, but I haven’t figured it out yet.

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