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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Download Driver Brother MFC-J6930DW

Brother MFC-J6930DW Drivers Download. The rating concerns this Brother MFC-J6930DW printer. I write in here, among other things, what I have lacked in the Rechcherche of information. There is no long-term experience. Should something be noticed negatively in the course of time I will deliver it.

Packaging: A box of (WxDxH) 67.5 x 57.0 x 49.5cm
If you are not very small, you can just carry it alone (at least the parcel service can)

Brother MFC-J6930DW footprint:
Necessary table surface on the Printer stands (= base area of ​​the printer body): Depth = 43cm / Width = 57cm

Behind it additionally necessary distance to a wall (can be also a gap without table top:
# Optimal: 15,5cm (the MF tray can be unfolded and fully extended for A3 sheets)

# Good compromise: 8.5cm (the MF tray can be unfolded but not pulled out, A4 sheets can be easily inserted, the scanner lid can be fully opened, the case lid is limited)

# Poor compromise: 5, 0cm (the MF tray is closed, the case lid can not be folded up, but there is enough distance to the wall to fully open the scanner lid)

# Minimal: 2.0cm for the power cord (The MF tray is closed and the Scanner lid can only partially be opened)

Before that additional space (does not necessarily have to be a tabletop):
# 15-17cm when the paper trays are extended to format Din A3
# 26cm, when the ejection is fully unfolded (in operation with Din A4 is enough to pull out without unfolding

There is no additional space on the side

Dimensions summarized:
Width: always 57cm
Depth: everything unfolded about 84cm / Good compromise about 68cm
Height: 37cm / Cover open approx. 68cm

Brother MFC-J6930DW Installation:
Due to the myriad of settings, you can estimate a few hours until you have everything through. Basically, the installation on Windows 7 went smoothly. Setting up the device and connecting it to the first scan / print is done quickly and is well explained and accompanied by the device and the manual (download). However, the presence of multiple interface levels and the associated self-learning needs a bit of time.

I do not understand at all that the manual explains each topic "click-by-click" for the type MFC-J6530DW and then again "click-for-click" for MFC-J6930DW / MFC-J6935DW. Why not do two separate manuals then? This is so much at the expense of clarity that it is almost like a joke. The manual has then slim 851 pages. Apart from that it is very detailed and well described. Overall, the device has a good documentation, which I always feel to be a confidence-inspiring factor.

Brother MFC-J6930DW Operation:
There are setting and operating options, as far as I can see it:
1.) On the device via touch display and device buttons
2.) On the PC in the software package to be installed there
- "Brother Utilities": Seems to be a kind of collection program, which then provides access to the actual programs, drivers, help links, etc. I would judge as rather dispensable.
- "Controll Center4": The "actual control program", in which all settings "from the point of view of each PC" can be made. It comes to the general confusion in 2 versions (standard mode / advanced mode) therefore between which one can jump back and forth, but which have a completely different layout, so that it is not immediately recognizable, which one mode now more or different than the other. (You could solve that more elegantly too ...)
3.) Via a web management interface that can be reached in the browser (eg Firefox) by entering the local IP address of the printer if the printer is integrated in the WLAN or LAN.
4.) In the range of jeweligen device drivers (eg: Brother MFC-J6930DW printer driver, scanner driver)
5.) Apart from that there are still the SmartPhone apps. (Android was installed quickly and works at least from Adobe -Acrobat very well) For your own orientation with these various setting accesses, you have to consider whether they are "from the device's perspective" (operation on the device and via the web management interface) and make general settings for all users or whether they are "from the perspective of the computer" and set user-specific settings.

(I have no special compared to other current devices, apart from large color lasers but only to an already slightly dated HP Bussines Inkjet 2800, who was then but a top machine was the printing technology of the HP 500 Designjet plotter.)

The The device is pleasantly quiet, especially in the activated idle mode.
It prints even in idle normal text / line graphics pages surprisingly fast, probably also because it prints A4 in landscape format and is finished with 3-4 passes of the carriage.
High print quality takes much longer.
For demanding print jobs (eg: photo), a bottleneck makes itself felt during the transmission with WLan: the first page is still flowing smoothly, from the second side the pressure interrupts again and waits for data. Unfortunately, I would not be able to test how this works with cable LAN.

Brother MFC-J6930DW Print image:
Text and graphics (eg: architecture plans) come in the standard setting on average 80gr paper clean, finely resolved and with straight lines to advantage. Possibly. is the saturation a bit pale (paler than the color laser in the copy shop, on perfectly smooth 90gr paper print it is anyway, but that's not surprising) and maybe that's in one of the myriad of settings (in the printer driver this time) or also adaptable with other paper. In any case, I would describe the printed image as "good".

The printing of a photo on a coated paper called "photo paper" especially for inkjet also brings a good, colorful result for my term. I did not expect much due to the various reviews on the net, all of which say that the photo print quality of the Brother would rather mau and the comparable Epson would print so much more brilliant, etc ... and I am now positively surprised. But here is true anyway: I am missing the comparison to other current devices and I would have to try it once on real photo paper, which is actually only gonna be better. In any case, a much more expensive color laser in the professional league does not make it any better.

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Brother MFC-J6930DW Scanner: I'm not sure yet how good he is. Not bad, but, the scan image tends to display cooler and harder colors than the original. A with the Brother with the setting "Fine" printed photo scanned again with the maximum 1200dpi of the scanner in the scan image also significantly grainy, but as I said "not bad". With 300dpi inscribed plans represent gray-scale surfaces peculiar iridescent. Again, the impression that the scan looks harder. On the whole, it seems that the contrast is unnecessarily intensified by the software.

But: It's an office device! The scans are sharp and easy to read. Evtl, I have to manually readjust something in the contrast setting here. The dual-scan staple feeder up to Din A3 (scans both sides in one go) is very helpful when working a lot with Din A3.

Brother MFC-J6930DW qualitative impression:
When looking quickly the thing looks quite solid (not only because of the dimensions). When operating, especially when opening various flaps and covers you quickly realize that the low price must be somehow achieved. It's all a bit of very hard plastic, sounds a bit too hollow, seems a bit lighter than it looks, etc. Also, the individual trim parts, especially on the sides of the device against each move and almost a bissi wobble, makes the impression not better than badly deburred Edges in areas away from the control panels. The somewhat hollow impression then remains even with the working noise, but they are not loud. A bit of insulation mat inside the case for a slightly duller sound would be nice. (Maybe I try to retrofit something like that later)

Again, though, I'm a little lacking the comparison. Of course, a Ricoh large unit has a different feel (and price). But I would like to know, for example, how the 100 € cheaper HP OfficeJet Pro 7740 makes a haptic comparison. My old HP BIJ 2800 seems significantly higher quality. At the time, he also cost well over € 500.

The sometimes described Fiebton is not with me (I think I'm rather sensitive, for that matter and would hear it). The Brother MFC-J6930DW printer was sold and supplied, not by any Marketplace dealer and is the normal English and German version.

Device version:
If one is interested in the small version of the device, the MFC-J6530DW, one should note that this does NOT offer a double-sided scan (no DUAL-CIS), which is due to the not very clear product descriptions, unfortunately, mainly in the comparative exclusion process and I recognize also got it late. The advantages of the larger version (MFC-J6930DW) are:

- Automatic double-sided scanning from the stack.
- 2nd paper tray and thus automatic paper selection (eg: between Din A4 and Din A3) Actually indispensable if you print a lot of A3.
- The rear feeder is a multifeed. So you can, if necessary, a pile of special paper, envelopes or whatever you put in there and print it without having to refill a tray or put each sheet extra in the feeder.

My conclusion so far:
Pretty reasonable for the price. There is nothing that really bothers me but a lot that works well or very well and the thing is really versatile. 4 stars, because in my opinion, the haptic and qualitative appearance could have been significantly improved with little effort.

Ink consumption seems to be in the frame. Although I already have a set of XL tints ready but to date, the first installation cartridges inside and certainly already the 150 pages mentioned in another review printed. Disturbing the loss of connection in Wi-Fi operation. After switching off the device, the device must always be woken up and reconnected by switching it off again, otherwise no print job is accepted.

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