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Learn more about the Brother MFC-9460CDN

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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Customer Reviews of the Brother MFC-9460CDN

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  • 10/17/2013 9:45:08 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsVery Reliable, Very Useful

Pros: This printer is very reliable. I've had it for almost a year, and printed over 3000 pages (toner is now complaining about low black). It connects easily with windows, macs and Androids (did not try ios), scans nicely (on windows, did not try mac) and overall works very nicely. No paper jams so far.
I even attached it to the phone line to fax stuff a couple of times and it works flawlessly.

Cons: It takes a short while to warm up for first print (less than a minute, but long enough to worry if something has gone wrong). Also quite expensive and relatively small starter toners (I guess that is also price). A little noisy.

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  • John B.
  • 6/8/2013 3:45:25 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsO'Brother am I Disappointed!

Pros: This thing eats printer cartridges and shuts it self down and will not print. After purchasing $600 of printer cartridges I discovered via an internet search that the machine has bad toner sensors. Put a piece of tape over the sensors and the thing will print all day long.

Cons: The machine shuts down and will not print without replacing the printer cartridges due to faulty sensors. You cannot remove and replace the sensors, shake the tray, reinsert and expect to continue. This thing shuts down cold even though there is no deterioration in print quality. After placing tape over the sensor the existing cartridge which the machine had previous shut down with telling me I was out of toner has printed flawlessly for the last 3 month. This is the cartridge that was going in the garbage can because the machine told me it was out.

I suggest you put duck tape over the sensor before you replace a cartridge at great expense and waste. You'll know when to replace the cartridge when the print quality suffers.

Other Thoughts: I would love to hear from Brother. I can provide receipts for the toner cartridges I have purchase (more than the cost of the machine in a very short time period with very light usage) and counter tallies which show light use. I am one man office, I don't do that much paper work but I though the cost of a good quality machine would justify itself in per sheet cost over time, boy was I wrong. I did not count on a machine that shuts a cartridge down after a few hundred prints as opposed to the few thousand prints specified on the side of the box. And no there's no extraordinary printing here this is office correspondence and contracts mostly boring black and white stuff.

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  • Brian L.
  • 12/14/2011 6:39:50 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNot Wireless

Pros: I have not tested the printer yet. I was looking for a wireless SOHO MFC with wireless. I read the reviews description and settled on this printer.

The Description paragraph says

"Flexible connectivity. Install the MFC on a wired or wireless network via Ethernet or connect localy to a single computer via USB‡."

which lead me to believe this printer supported wireless. It does not. The MFC-9560CDW is the wireless version it appears. This is a 70lb MF MFC and not fun to return once unboxed and setup in your upstairs office...

Cons: Not wireless. May be a great printer...

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat Buy

Pros: Fast printing and scanning, better color than expected, low cost of consumables (vs other brands), very easy setup, advanced function setup to suit your operating environment, expandable ram, optional multiple paper trays, book scanning, affordable duplex scanning, full linux support (including network scanning and faxing!!!), legal size printing, easy admin through built in http server, secure printing, scan to thumb drive, I could go on...

Cons: Somewhat noisy, tall footprint, not wireless. I didn't buy this one from NewEgg because I needed it that day so I spent a few dollars more.

Other Thoughts: Replaced our ancient Deskjet color printer and our MFC 7840W with this unit after the 7840 died. Small office with limited budget and we always use our printers far past their expected life spans. Hooked on Brother because we put 3-4 times the amount of paper through our printers than we should and our they keep chugging along. Now use them exclusively. Print very little color so our inkjet printheads would always gum up and dry out, hoping the color toners will last longer. I also love the linux support as all our servers are OpenSuse and setup with Brother units on print servers is a breeze. Was amazed at the scan speed for a unit at this price point. Haven't tested with a stopwatch but it appears to scan faster than advertised. Wireless was a luxury so we opted out this time, but there are comparable models with it. BTW, the recommended Kingston memory upgrade is 9.99 on NewEgg at time of this review. So long HP, got a new friend in the printer industry.

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  • Dorcy K.
  • 8/5/2011 9:46:46 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsFast and cheap

Pros: When compared to an HP MFP ,the HP's are more expensive,ship with starter toners (1500 page for Brother ,750 for HP),and slower 25 PPM vs 21 for the HP,so why buy an HP?

Cons: Noisier by about 2 DB than the HP ,but that's not saying much.

Other Thoughts: HP used to be king of the hill in terms of printing,but newer brands such as Lexmark and Brother are cheaper and better solutions.

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