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Samsung ML-1665 Mono Laser Printer £49.99 @ Amazon

edzhang Avatar
5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
Nice and simple laser printer under 50 quid.



Product Features and Technical Details
Product Features

* The world's smallest mono laser printer
* 16ppm mono print speed
* Print Screen button
* AnyWeb Printing software
* Quiet performance

Technical Details

Up to 16ppm mono print speed
Less than 8.5 seconds first print out time (from Ready Mode)
Up to 1200 x 600dpi print resolution
150MHz Processor
8MB Memory
SPL (Samsung Printer Language)
Windows 2000/XP(32/64bits)/Vista(32/64bits)/Win7(32/64bits)/2003 Server(32/64bits)/2008 Server(32/64bits)/2008 Server R2
Various Linux OS including RedHat Enterprise Linux WS 4, 5 (32/64bit), Fedora Core 2~10 (32/64bit), SuSE Linux 9.1 (32bit), OpenSuSE 9.2, 9.3, 10.0, 10.1, 10.2 10.3, 11.0 11.1 (32/64bit), Mandrake 10.0, 10.1 (32/64bit), Mandriva 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 (32/64bit), Ubuntu 6.06, 6.10, 7.04, 7.10, 8.04 8.10 (32/64bit), SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 9, 10 (32/64bit), Debian 3.1, 4.0, 5.0 (32/64bit)
Mac OS X 10.3~10.6
USB 2.0
Soft Power Button
Print Screen Button
150 Sheet Capacity
100 Sheet Output Capacity
A4, A5, Letter, Legal, Executive, Folio, Oficio, ISO B5, JIS B5, Envelope(Monarch, No.9, No.10, DL, C5),Custom
Plain ,Thin, Cotton, Recycled, Archive, Colored
16~43lb (60 to 163g/㎡) Media Weight
Toner: MLT-D1042S (1,500 Page Yield)
Includes 700 page starter toner
5,000 page duty cycle
Less than 49DBA moise level
Power Consumption less than 60W (Ready Mode)
Power Consumption less than 3.4W (Sleep Mode)
Dimensions: 341 x 224 x 184 mm (W x D x H)
Weight: 4.95kg
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#1
I've had this about six months, can't fault it.
#2
not a bad printer .. i got this from argos for the same price..(they are still doing it) .. it comes with a 700 page starter catridge , refills are 1500 page though ..can anybody pour me some info about refilling this stuff ?
#3
Duplex no?
#4
the samsung colour laser with wifi 802.11n is good too
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003LVGLXA/ref=asc_df_B003LVGLXA1856082?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B003LVGLXA

(gone up in price since the older model CLP-315W which was £132 though)

Edited By: zebrum on Jan 26, 2011 02:39: case
#5
zebrum
the colour laser with wifi is about this price no?


where??
#6
ash.connor
Duplex no?
no
#7
tigger80
zebrum
the colour laser with wifi is about this price no?


where??


Yeah where zebrum?

Edited By: Dontforg3t on Jan 26, 2011 04:43
suspended#8
Dontforg3t
tigger80
zebrum
the colour laser with wifi is about this price no?


where??


Yeah where zebrum?


yeah zebrum where?
#9
I think it's this price instore at staples too
1 Like #10
JVB
not a bad printer .. i got this from argos for the same price..(they are still doing it) .. it comes with a 700 page starter catridge , refills are 1500 page though ..can anybody pour me some info about refilling this stuff ?
Hi, i can say with much athority that its not worth refilling the cartridge for 2 reasons.

1) the toner used by manufacturers is specific to the machine, some are magnetic while others are dual component (for the price you are paying im guessing its magnetic). Each manufacturer has ther own individual "ingredients" which make up the toner and is a guarded secret (see their MSDS sheets they provide). Thhe toner they design is linked to the hardware in the printer and by altering it will result i poor efficiency in terms of toner transfer and print quality
2) the cartridge has a green colour roller in it which is light sensitive. It is on the drum that the image is crated and transfered to the paper. The green drum has only a limited life, usually specific to the number of prints the cartridge can yeild. By refilling the cartridge you are reducing the quality of your print and contaminating your printer due to the drum not holding a charge and dropping the toner in your printer.

you can buy remanufactured cartridges for dirt cheap (i bought a hp LJ5 cartridge for £20 with 2500 prints!!!!)
#11
ash.connor
Duplex no?


for £50 - PMSL

Refill it cheaply once you install a hacked firmware:

http://www.printerreset.net
#12
Rupz
JVB
not a bad printer .. i got this from argos for the same price..(they are still doing it) .. it comes with a 700 page starter catridge , refills are 1500 page though ..can anybody pour me some info about refilling this stuff ?
Hi, i can say with much athority that its not worth refilling the cartridge for 2 reasons.1) the toner used by manufacturers is specific to the machine, some are magnetic while others are dual component (for the price you are paying im guessing its magnetic). Each manufacturer has ther own individual "ingredients" which make up the toner and is a guarded secret (see their MSDS sheets they provide). Thhe toner they design is linked to the hardware in the printer and by altering it will result i poor efficiency in terms of toner transfer and print quality2) the cartridge has a green colour roller in it which is light sensitive. It is on the drum that the image is crated and transfered to the paper. The green drum has only a limited life, usually specific to the number of prints the cartridge can yeild. By refilling the cartridge you are reducing the quality of your print and contaminating your printer due to the drum not holding a charge and dropping the toner in your printer. you can buy remanufactured cartridges for dirt cheap (i bought a hp LJ5 cartridge for £20 with 2500 prints!!!!)
I thought remanufactured cartridges were the same as refilled cartridges. What's the difference?
2 Likes #13
I am a printer engineer with 30 years exp. Remanufactured cartridges have had the drum, drum blade, charge corona replaced and the correct toner added. That is why they are called remanufactured, thay are not just refilled which is false economy.
#14
MisterQ
I am a printer engineer with 30 years exp. Remanufactured cartridges have had the drum, drum blade, charge corona replaced and the correct toner added. That is why they are called remanufactured, thay are not just refilled which is false economy.
Thanks for the clarification. It seems better to spend a few bob extra on the remanufactured.

Edited By: Muffinsrevenge on Jan 26, 2011 09:24
#16
MisterQ
I am a printer engineer with 30 years exp. Remanufactured cartridges have had the drum, drum blade, charge corona replaced and the correct toner added. That is why they are called remanufactured, thay are not just refilled which is false economy.


No it isn't a false economy. Refilling a cart too many times or reusing a damaged one yes but using the same cart 3/4 times if you inspect it for signs of wear and use your common sense is not a false economy. You're punting out exactly the same stuff that inkjet companies back in the day used to presuade people not to use 3rd party carts or refill their ink cartridges.

Obviously remanufactured doesn't necessarily mean they renew the drum etc as 1 if it doesn't need changing it won't be changed and 2 not all carts contain them are and basically just toner hoppers as you know.

I know a certain supermarket who I used to contract for who used "remanufactured" carts and I replaced about 500 Epson EPL5800/5900s over a few years where the cart had spewed toner into the printer because the varioues rollers were hopelessly worn out with grooves cut into them. These were not refilled they were remanufactured so again as with everything common sense and no one answer is correct.

For me the minimal saving on remanufactured carts means you might as well just use originals. An original rainbow pack for a Samsung CLP-315FW is actually a lot cheaper than the remanufactured equivalent for example.

I regularly refill this printer and a CLX-3175 with no issues at all however I do inspect the cart before refilling for signs of wear or damage each time

Edited By: Rich44 on Jan 26, 2011 10:10
#17
I have a previous version of this printer. Very expensive cartridges. Do not recommend.
#18
MisterQ
I am a printer engineer with 30 years exp. Remanufactured cartridges have had the drum, drum blade, charge corona replaced and the correct toner added. That is why they are called remanufactured, thay are not just refilled which is false economy.

Hi Mister, are you involved in teh development of printers or toners at all?
#19
Rich44
MisterQ
I am a printer engineer with 30 years exp. Remanufactured cartridges have had the drum, drum blade, charge corona replaced and the correct toner added. That is why they are called remanufactured, thay are not just refilled which is false economy.
No it isn't a false economy. Refilling a cart too many times or reusing a damaged one yes but using the same cart 3/4 times if you inspect it for signs of wear and use your common sense is not a false economy. You're punting out exactly the same stuff that inkjet companies back in the day used to presuade people not to use 3rd party carts or refill their ink cartridges.Obviously remanufactured doesn't necessarily mean they renew the drum etc as 1 if it doesn't need changing it won't be changed and 2 not all carts contain them are and basically just toner hoppers as you know.I know a certain supermarket who I used to contract for who used "remanufactured" carts and I replaced about 500 Epson EPL5800/5900s over a few years where the cart had spewed toner into the printer because the varioues rollers were hopelessly worn out with grooves cut into them. These were not refilled they were remanufactured so again as with everything common sense and no one answer is correct.For me the minimal saving on remanufactured carts means you might as well just use originals. An original rainbow pack for a Samsung CLP-315FW is actually a lot cheaper than the remanufactured equivalent for example.I regularly refill this printer and a CLX-3175 with no issues at all however I do inspect the cart before refilling for signs of wear or damage each time

The actual OPC has a limited life span and thus may not be able to last longer than the avaliable prints. Furthermore, the toners as i said before are specific to the pinter interms of its wavelength and charge sign, charge accumilation and transfer. By simply reflling them does not allow it to work at its optimum. Oh and since when has there not been a drum on a laser printer?

Edited By: Rupz on Jan 26, 2011 14:07: Additional Info
#20
Rich44
MisterQ
I am a printer engineer with 30 years exp. Remanufactured cartridges have had the drum, drum blade, charge corona replaced and the correct toner added. That is why they are called remanufactured, thay are not just refilled which is false economy.


No it isn't a false economy. Refilling a cart too many times or reusing a damaged one yes but using the same cart 3/4 times if you inspect it for signs of wear and use your common sense is not a false economy. You're punting out exactly the same stuff that inkjet companies back in the day used to presuade people not to use 3rd party carts or refill their ink cartridges.

Obviously remanufactured doesn't necessarily mean they renew the drum etc as 1 if it doesn't need changing it won't be changed and 2 not all carts contain them are and basically just toner hoppers as you know.

I know a certain supermarket who I used to contract for who used "remanufactured" carts and I replaced about 500 Epson EPL5800/5900s over a few years where the cart had spewed toner into the printer because the varioues rollers were hopelessly worn out with grooves cut into them. These were not refilled they were remanufactured so again as with everything common sense and no one answer is correct.

For me the minimal saving on remanufactured carts means you might as well just use originals. An original rainbow pack for a Samsung CLP-315FW is actually a lot cheaper than the remanufactured equivalent for example.

I regularly refill this printer and a CLX-3175 with no issues at all however I do inspect the cart before refilling for signs of wear or damage each time
I was explaining the difference between reman and refill. Also Samsung laser carts come with a drum inside they are not toner hoppers. The drums have a life which is usually the equivilant to the amount of toner in cart. Good reman carts from a reputable supplier will have a guarantee with them anyway.
#21
Rupz
MisterQ
I am a printer engineer with 30 years exp. Remanufactured cartridges have had the drum, drum blade, charge corona replaced and the correct toner added. That is why they are called remanufactured, thay are not just refilled which is false economy.


Hi Mister, are you involved in teh development of printers or toners at all?
No
#22
Rupz
MisterQ
I am a printer engineer with 30 years exp. Remanufactured cartridges have had the drum, drum blade, charge corona replaced and the correct toner added. That is why they are called remanufactured, thay are not just refilled which is false economy.


Hi Mister, are you involved in teh development of printers or toners at all?
No
#23
Rupz
JVB
not a bad printer .. i got this from argos for the same price..(they are still doing it) .. it comes with a 700 page starter catridge , refills are 1500 page though ..can anybody pour me some info about refilling this stuff ?
Hi, i can say with much athority that its not worth refilling the cartridge for 2 reasons.1) the toner used by manufacturers is specific to the machine, some are magnetic while others are dual component (for the price you are paying im guessing its magnetic). Each manufacturer has ther own individual "ingredients" which make up the toner and is a guarded secret (see their MSDS sheets they provide). Thhe toner they design is linked to the hardware in the printer and by altering it will result i poor efficiency in terms of toner transfer and print quality2) the cartridge has a green colour roller in it which is light sensitive. It is on the drum that the image is crated and transfered to the paper. The green drum has only a limited life, usually specific to the number of prints the cartridge can yeild. By refilling the cartridge you are reducing the quality of your print and contaminating your printer due to the drum not holding a charge and dropping the toner in your printer. you can buy remanufactured cartridges for dirt cheap (i bought a hp LJ5 cartridge for £20 with 2500 prints!!!!)

agree i prefer remanufactured carts, though bought my cart from svp for my 3051n for a bargain £45 delivered - its a 7000 page cart too - originals were an eye watering £120 - so ill take risk

one thing to note is that usually samsung are generous with the amount of toner in starter carts.....my 4000 page starter cart in my 3051n lasted approx 10000 pages! printer cost me about £60 lol

samsung official carts are pretty expensive but do last unlike competitors....their mono printers at this price point imo are the best - had 3 samsung printers in last 12 years, none have failed once - just sell them on after buying newer model - and are used a fair bit too (5000+ pages a year)

might sell my 3051n soon as prefer a duplex one if i can get one cheapish




Edited By: royals on Jan 26, 2011 20:08: e
#24
I bought the Samsung ML-1910 Mono Laser Printer 2 weeks ago from ebuyer for £50 (now currently £55) Though i'm using it for small jobs its working fine, I'm really happy with the purchase, just a shame it doesn't come in black!

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/176590

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