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MFC-J6710DW

Professional Series Inkjet with Full 11"x17" Capability and Dual Paper Trays




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Overall Rating: (3.8 out of 5)
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144 of 198 people would recommend this product.

Overall Rating: 5 out of 5
Love it!
January 23, 2014
By Knecht4 from Orange County, CA
This is my third Brother printer, and my first Inkjet printer. Once again, I am truly amazed with the quality of the printer. I would recommend Brother products, especially the MFC-J6710DW to anyone looking for a good inkjet printer.
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Overall Rating: 2 out of 5
NOT so good
January 12, 2014
By BYRAGTMAN from St. Charles, MO
While the print quality of this machine is high, very good photo and text printing.

The design of the machine is really ridiculous.

Case in point, when the machine runs out of letter size paper, it just automatically switched to the next full tray.

The machine will tell you several weeks in advance that you are running out of ink, but will not tell you that you are out of one size or the other of paper.

My LOW INK warning has been on for 3 weeks now, and I still have not run out of ink.

But twice in the last week, the machine has switched from printing on 8.5 X 11 paper to 8.5 X 14 paper when the letter size ran out.

True, you will not lose a page of document, but you will also now have to trim the longer pages down.

What idiot thought of that feature?

Also how about making a tray that will hold an entire ream of paper?

500 pages instead of 250?
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Use Home Office (Business Use)
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Overall Rating: 1 out of 5
King of the Paper Jams
December 4, 2013
By fubar
I've had this machine for almost a year. It's only plus is that it prints 11 x 17, which is why I purchased it for my small business. Printing at that size is fine, but I agree with the previous reviewer about the constant paper jams at the 8.5 x 11 size. It happens so frequently that I purchased an HP printer for letter size and use the Brother solely for scanning and printing 11 x 17. If HP ever makes an affordable machine that prints the larger size, Brother will never get my business again.
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Overall Rating: 1 out of 5
Expensive Boat Anchor
November 20, 2013
By PastorMichael from Clinton, AR
I came in to this church as the pastor just a few months ago. Several months prior to my arrival on the field, the church had purchased this machine to use for all of their copying and printing needs (very small congregation).

What I found was quite possibly the biggest headache I have ever had with printing and copying in my life (and that says a lot, as I was a school teacher for 14 years and dealt with a lot of horribly abused and maintained equipment). I will just list off the biggest of my headaches - then you the reader can decide if this is the printer for you (no particular order):

1. paper misfeeds/jams frequently. Often when there is actually no jam at all. Printer has been cleaned and checked - it just does this.

2. the manual feed tray (in the back) doesn't recognize media is in the tray at all a lot of the time - or recognizes it but just won't feed it - requiring several steps to try to get it to feed.

3. Prints using the manual feed tray often are not straight on the paper - probably related to the fact that the printer feed system is poorly designed/built.

4. Printer is EXTREMELY paper sensitive - the regular paper trays can be filled and some brands (even good quality) just plain will NOT feed reliably. Period. Jams, or even more frustrating - multiple sheets fed at one time - spreading your printing over multiple, partially overlapping sheets... I've probably already wasted a good ream of payer with just this issue.

5. VERY poor color rendering. I have never in my life - even going back to the EARLY days of inkjet printers - seen color printing as HORRIBLE as this machine - regardless of the claimed DPI - when the colors are SO far out from expected - it is an indication of a very poor printer.

6. Print head clogging - while the ink for this printer may be relatively inexpensive - it isn't when you have to clean the heads so often. NO rhyme or reason - it just will start skipping lines - requiring from one to 5 head cleanings - all with Genuine OEM/Brother ink. Yet more wasted paper.

7. Sometimes doesn't recognize that cartridge is installed - have to pull it out, put back in and push on the lever to get it to stay locked in.

So - are their any positives? The claimed features and functions list is extensive - and it prints on 11X17 paper.

But it is just about worthless in my book. So much so that as soon as we can afford to - this machine is going in the trash. First impressions are important - this is my first impression with a Brother machine - and I hope it is my last.
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