Recently, I’ve been asked, “What are the differences between the C7500 and the LX2000?” Frankly, this question is coming from people who do not want to spend the $8500 or more on the C7500; but want good print quality. The LX2000 is a lot less expensive and can print up to 8″ wide labels. In this post, I’ll explain my view of the 10 biggest differences between these two color label printers.
Before I start, you may find my initial post on the LX2000 of interest:
On our blog, I found 38 different posts on the C7500. Here is my first post on this printer:
Now the 10 biggest differences between the LX2000 and the C7500
With a max print resolution of 4800 DPI (https://www.primeralabel.com/lx2000_specs.html),
the LX2000 can print great looking labels. At the highest settings, you can produce great lookihng labels. But with 1200 x 600 resolution
so can the C7500. Top is C7500 and bottom is LX2000; both are at the standard settings. See how the blue in the top of the picture (C7500) is darker, richer.
|C7500 (Top) vs LX200 (Bottom) Print Quality Comparison|
|LX2000 Ink Cost/ 4″ x 6″ Label|
|C7500 Ink Cost/4″ x 6″ Label|
|LX2000 vs C7500 Ink Cartridge Comparison|
|LX2000 Buttons to Push|
|Inside the LX2000|
|C7500 Media Path|