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Brother EMFC7460DN Refurbished Monochrome Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax Reviewed by Mikerose23 on Jan 12 . Rating: 5 Brother EMFC7460DN Refurbished Monochrome Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax Refurbished mono laser all in one Duplex and networking print copy scan fax 35 page capacity auto document feeder 1 year warranty Easy AdSense by Unreal

Brother EMFC7460DN Refurbished Monochrome Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax


Brother EMFC7460DN Refurbished Monochrome Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax


Refurbished mono laser all in one

  • Duplex and networking
  • print copy scan fax
  • 35 page capacity auto document feeder
  • 1 year warranty



What customers say about Brother EMFC7460DN Refurbished Monochrome Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax?

  • 101 of 101 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Outstanding Function, Very Low Cost per Page, March 24, 2012
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    C. MacPhail (Solana Beach, CA USA) –
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    Loved my MFC-7820N. This is even better.

    PROs:

    * Cost per page is very low (see Note 1)
    * Printer cost is very low at times (see Pricing below)
    * Duplex and Booklet functions save paper
    * Browser interface – tons of settings, options, & reports
    * Reliability is good
    * Energy efficient when not in use (see Note 2)

    OKs:

    - Ease of use is pretty good. Print, Copy, Scan, Fax functions all work well.
    - Toner-low shut-down hassle of previous models is now solved with a menu setting
    - Warranty: 1 year

    CONs:

    – Noise: Fan noise for several minutes; chunk-a-clunk noise while printing. I’ve learned to ignore it.
    – Does not support AirPrint (Apple’s protocol for printing from iPhone, iPad)

    - – - Alternatives – - -

    – Wireless networking version (MFC-7860DW) if you’re not hard wired. (average $20 more)

    – Non-duplex version (MFC-7360N) (low tide around $100)

    - – - Pricing – - -

    Price is very bouncy. Low tide is around $138. Amazing deal. There’s an “Online Price Alert” that will email you whenever this or any amazon product dips below your target price. Google it. It’s nicely done. Or try camelcamelcamel.

    - – - Tips – - -

    – Toner refill powder such as TN-450 Toner Refill with Reset Flag Gear & Lever by AAAtoner or Laser Tek Toner Refill Kit 4 Pack for Brother TN-450 reduces cost even further.

    - – - Notes – - -

    Note 1: Cost per page (Toner + Drum) can be…

    – 2.3 cents — Brother toner and drum replacements at average amazon price
    – 1.9 cents — Brother toner and drum replacements at lowest price and extended usage; (3,000 copies per cartridge, 15,000 per drum — reduced quality at tail end)
    – 0.8 cents — Use toner refill powder at lowest price and extended usage.

    Brother Toner TN-450 is $42.50-47.00, 2600 pages. Brother DR-420 drum is $ 69-74, 12,000 pages. When replacing the gougy-priced drum, it’s sometimes cheaper to buy an entire HL-2230 or HL-2240 printer on sale for $70 or less (includes DR-420 drum and a 700 page starter cartridge).

    Toner refill powder: $8-12 (assume 3000 copies — average 0.30 cents per copy). Starter cartridge requires Flag Gear Kit, about $3-6 (one time).

    Printer comes with drum and 700 page starter toner. Subtracting the value of these, the hardware itself costs about $57 ($138-69-12)

    Save more ink (and paper) by shrink-printing (2 to1) when appropriate.
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    Note 2: Standby energy: My old Brother MFC-7820N pulled 7.3 watts on standby. That’s $35 to $105 over 5-years (24x365x5 @ 11 to 33 cents per kilowatt hour). This MFC-7460DN draws 1.2 watts on standby ($6 to $18 over 5 years). This printer also has a hard-off switch, which some other printers don’t have.

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  • 107 of 109 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good printer, poor scanner software, June 16, 2011
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    Amazon Customer (Philly) –

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    The printer is excellent, no doubts. Cost of drum and toner are much cheaper than other brand printers, my main reason for buying it. Also I had on older brother MFC before and always liked it. The only problem is, the brother scanner software is poor compared to my 5 year old Canon scanner software, i’m a little surprised about it. For example, when you do a scan preview, it automatically selects the scan area in the Canon, not here though, thats quite basic and a pain not having that feature. Also, there are much much fewer scan image adjustment options that Canon had.

    Other than the scanner software pains, I like the printer however, scan quality is good, print quality is good. I have it hooked up to my network via an ethernet cable which has a wireless gateway. So this printer is available on the network wirelessly also. I don’t know what the big deal is about a ‘wireless ready’ printer, all a printer needs to be is (ethernet) network capable, most of us have a wireless router and it will automatically become available to all PCs on the same network – wired or wireless.

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  • 56 of 57 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Loud, small, but performs well for low production jobs, November 10, 2011
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    I use all functions, and they are more than I expected for the price. The functions on this machine are comparable to the much more expensive HP 3390 All-in that it replaced because the HP fax and scan drivers worked poorly or not all when I upgraded to Windows 7 (I loved that all in one with my XP). I have not tried to use the Brother as a wireless through my network router, but based on other functions I suspect it will work well once I get through the instructions.

    BEST/WORST FEATURE: So far this machine has the best multipage document feeder I have used. I copy multiple invoices that are crumpled and variable paper types at one time and this feeder seems able to adjust! However, the small space for copy/print output – After about 5 pages, there is no room and the output starts to fall to the floor, sort of diminishes my ranking of the overall copy function.

    Pros: Price.
    The Brother MFC7460DN works well with windows 7.
    Scanner is clear, scans great color to PC (print is laser monochrome), uses that awesome doc feeder as well as the flatbed and has lots of options. Scanned PDF files seem to have large file size, so you might see if the machine has an option for resolution before you buy,(I have not had time to figure that out, but I think it might). It scans to PC as image, file (tif, jpg, & pdf), e-mail, or OCR, from machine menu or PC menu.

    The FAX works with my single phone line that is shared with voice and answering machine, as well as PC and it was easy to set up and use. The PC fax function is efficient, and can be used for basics with ease. I am having a little trouble setting up my phone book and I will need to read instructions to find out how.

    Copier is good quality and feeder is the best I have used. The flat bed and ability to use legal size paper is a feature that many machines no longer provide.

    Cons: Cumbersome and unintuitive menus. Took me a while to figure out how to scan to a file instead of an image. The machine is surprisingly loud when running, but silent when in sleep mode. I had some early problems with losing power, but I think the power cord just needs to be very securly set in the back of the machine, so far that fixed my power problem. The biggest disappointment is the space available for output copies or printed pages.

    If you frequently print or copy more than 20 pages at a time, you might want to look at a less compact machine. So far I am dealing with the issue, because the document feeder has wowed me. Overall, it seems like a great personal multi-function machine and the price (I paid about $200)for the numerous features makes this printer quite a deal.

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