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What's the difference between the SureColor P6000 & P7000?

Epson SureColor P6000 vs. SureColor P7000 24” Printers

The main difference in the Epson SureColor P6000 and P7000 Printers are the colors included and the amount of ink tanks. The SureColor P7000 Printer uses the addition of Orange and Green inks to expand the color gamut.

Professional photographers will find the P7000 meets color demands while the SureColor P6000 is a great option for those looking to print posters or large graphics with an extensive color gamut that’s needed by gallery standards.

Epson SureColor P6000

Printer Width: 24”
Ink Set: UltraChrome HD
Epson UltraChrome HD pigment inks, 9-ink, 8-color (C, LC, VM, VLM, Y, LK, LLK, and PK or MK)

Epson SureColor P7000

Printer Width: 24”
Ink Set: UltraChrome HDX
Epson UltraChrome HDX pigment inks, 11-ink, 10-color (C, LC, VM, VLM, Y, LK, LLK, O, G and PK or MK)

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