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    Junior Member cyrilain is on a distinguished road
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    you can use EFI Colorproof XF

    you can use also Onyx ProductionHouse
    Last edited by super silja; 09-11-2011 at 01:09 PM. Reason: same thing

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    GMG Colorproof has very good results for me. Don't forget to use GMG paper.

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    Oris ColorTuner

    Currently using Oris ColorTuner //Web and like it very much. Has the ability to creaye a variety of workflows to suit your various requirements (ie paper, client specific profiles, adding specific job slugs to different types of output etc). Plays well with the inline spectro solution from Epson. Except for the price, I am extremely happy with it.

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    Hello, are there any opinions for Accurip? Anyone familiar with it?

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    I am also looking for this kind of software, what is the best one out there?

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    EFI or GMG

    If you need software for proof good results you can get with STARPROOF. This is great software for making raster proofs. This software with some Rip like Harlequin is great combination.

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    Cool Efi colorproof XF

    Best choise Efi color proof XF 3.1.8 or Later
    Quote Originally Posted by duledux View Post
    If you need software for proof good results you can get with STARPROOF. This is great software for making raster proofs. This software with some Rip like Harlequin is great combination.

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    All RIP software are the same. I think that you can't make mistake no matter what you use. EFI, GMG, Harlequin, Xitron, Eagle... They all give good results. They all have support for Epson printers and proofers.

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    Yeah I happen to agree with dukebox, The only difference would be the feature set and what is required.

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    Oris Web

    I work with Oris Web with a Epson 7900 (with spectroproofer) and Oris Paper. I think is the best pack that i found. The calibration is very easy and it works very stable.
    Paul

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    Proofmaster very Easy

    If You need Certify .You must be tune Device link

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    Kodak Matchprint is а good solution.

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    Thumbs up till now...

    CGS
    EFI Colorproof XF
    Ergosoft
    Esko
    GMG
    Matchprint
    Onyx
    Oris
    powerplotter
    Proofmaster
    SAI
    STARPROOF
    xitron / harlequin

    almost all rip on the market
    good!
    you can't go wrong!
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    My top four picks would be
    Oris Color Tuner
    EFI Color proof XF
    GMG
    Wasatch

    Any rip can give good results if set properly

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    Voltage power for the 7900/9900

    Hi guys,

    Im new to this forum. I was wondering if any of you nice folks who is lucky enough to own a 7900 and 9900, what is the voltage power used in the machine when buying it from the US?. I mean I know you guys use 110v, but can the printer handle 240v as well. I know that some printers now comes in 2 modes and can be used either or by auto switching.

    Thanking you very much.

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