Brother DCP-585CW Manual (User Guide & Setup Guide)

Brother currently has such a dizzying array of all-in-one printers on its books that it’s difficult to imagine it needs another. Despite being marketed as a high-end device, the price is still reasonable, and you get printing, scanning, copying, and photo printing in a low-profile printer. Although it differs in appearance from most of its competitors, the DCP-585CW closely resembles many of its predecessors. It’s basically a large square box, roughly the size of a vinyl record deck, tilted slightly at the front to accept the control panel and Brother’s now signature double-width, full-colour LCD display, colored in pale grey with vast patches of high-gloss, piano black. The double-width display is very useful when printing from memory cards because it allows you to examine a photo thumbnail while selecting printing settings. Below the control panel, there are slots for all common memory cards as well as PictBridge.The DCP-585CW slide out, A4 paper cassette includes a secondary, 15 x 10cm photo tray built into its lid; however, in order to use photo paper, the paper cassette must first be removed from the printer. This is needlessly difficult, and it means that photo printouts aren’t easily detachable from the all-in-one without removing the cassette. This device may be connected to a PC in three ways: via a conventional USB cable, an Ethernet cable, or a wireless connection, making it a versatile machine to set up in an office. The only minor hitch is that the cable must be reeved about inside the case, as both the USB and Ethernet connections are built deep into the computer. To access the sockets, lift the scanner part up on a car-bonnet like prop. This prop is difficult to release, and it’s all too easy to let the scanner fall on your fingers. The printer then primes all four ink cartridges, and you’re ready to go. The DCP-585CW does not require a head alignment routine because the print heads are pre-aligned and will last the life of the machine. In addition to Nuance’s PaperPort OCR software, the Brother MCP-Pro Suite includes Reallussion FaceFilter, which brightens faces, automatically removes imperfections, and lowers redeye. We’re back on the print speed merry-go-round, with the quoted figures having little resemblance to what you’ll observe in everyday use. Brother quotes black print speeds of 33ppm and color print speeds of 27ppm, probably in draft mode, as regular print speeds are substantially slower.

Download Brother DCP-585CW Manual (User Guide & Setup Guide)

Brother DCP-585CW Manual

Download Brother DCP-585CW Manual PDF (Online User’s Guide And Quick Setup Guide)

The following manuals contain all the instruction and tutorials on using your printer, from the beginning to the advanced.

*Match the Brother DCP-585CW manual based on the operating system you are using, because each installation on a different OS also has a different manual.

Brother DCP-585CW Online User’s Guide

Brother DCP-585CW Quick Setup Guide

User Guide is usually used for learning the operations, maintenance, troubleshooting tips, and some useful tutorial on how to use the features of your Brother DCP-585CW printer. While Setup Guide is made for the installation of the printer before using it.

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