Samsung CLP-660ND colour laser printer

Samsung's mid-range colour laser printer is fast but delivers poor print quality

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  • Expert Rating

    2.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    1.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 1,199.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Rob Nelson



Replaceable part lifespan
Slow ppm, low quality prints, very noisy
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I would not recommend this printer. I run a small company and use this as our primary color printer. For a laser printer, this thing takes forever. It is also the loudest printer I have ever worked with. It started making noise in it's second year of service. We print an average of 30 pages per day and have spent $1,232 a year in ink. We are a publication company and luckilly all of our print work is outsourced. The print quality of this machine is mediocre at best. The colors are weak. Even after professional calibration, the output is poor.
The only positive is the replaceable parts. I have had business-sized HP printers that needed parts replaced often. We have had this printer for five years and only had to replace the transfer belt once.
I don't think I will ever buy another Samsung printer.

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