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    TA-6052ci(generally series TA-xx52ci) - color print tone

    Hello friends. I have great problem, I need to resolve color print tone drift on new TA-6052ci and new TA2552ci. I tried several settings PCL, KPDL, GDI compatible and another settings in driver, but without any pos. result.
    In the concrete the blue tones are printed pale-blue (green-blue).
    Let to see attached files. Original printed PDF and scanned print output from the machine. Scan of print output is not precise, real print output is a bit darker.
    Great-great thanks to you all for your ideas and advices.
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    Re: TA-6052ci(generally series TA-xx52ci) - color print tone

    Here is the output print.

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    Re: TA-6052ci(generally series TA-xx52ci) - color print tone

    You will need to play with color tables (U485) to get close to what you want. When dealing with blue tones, the most success I've had was with Ricoh (RH) color table.


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    Re: TA-6052ci(generally series TA-xx52ci) - color print tone

    Quote Originally Posted by Kyo fan View Post
    You will need to play with color tables (U485) to get close to what you want. When dealing with blue tones, the most success I've had was with Ricoh (RH) color table.
    Thank you for your advice, I will try it on Tuesday next week (due to Easter day)


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    Re: TA-6052ci(generally series TA-xx52ci) - color print tone

    Have you done a color calibration?

    Colorpic4.JPG

    Clearly cyan and magenta are problematic. =^..^=

    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
    1) demonstrate that you've read the manual
    2) demonstrate that you made some attempt to fix it.
    3) if you're going to ask about jams include the jam code.
    4) if you're going to ask about an error code include the error code.


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    Re: TA-6052ci(generally series TA-xx52ci) - color print tone

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    Have you done a color calibration?

    Colorpic4.JPG

    Clearly cyan and magenta are problematic. =^..^=
    What calibration do you mean ?
    Machine is new and during installation I made registration (auto + manual) > calibration > again registration > U410


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    Re: TA-6052ci(generally series TA-xx52ci) - color print tone

    There's a little more to it than that. You should take a glance at your manual. =^..^=

    If you'd like a serious answer to your request:
    1) demonstrate that you've read the manual
    2) demonstrate that you made some attempt to fix it.
    3) if you're going to ask about jams include the jam code.
    4) if you're going to ask about an error code include the error code.


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    Re: TA-6052ci(generally series TA-xx52ci) - color print tone

    Quote Originally Posted by Kyo fan View Post
    You will need to play with color tables (U485) to get close to what you want. When dealing with blue tones, the most success I've had was with Ricoh (RH) color table.
    Thank you for your advice. The setting Ricoh color table move blue tones satisfactorily, even it also move gray tones a bit to gray-blue.
    But costumer takes stand on his blue.
    Thank you again.


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    Re: TA-6052ci(generally series TA-xx52ci) - color print tone

    if you are referring to how the solid colour isn't solid. There's no way around it. Kyocera developer does that since Taskalfa ###0ci. Also note that mfps uses CMYK so the maximum colour it can simulate isn't in the millions, only hundred thousands. What that translate to is whatever is on the Monitor more often than not doesn't match whats on the paper.

    You could shift the colour table in print driver manually but it shifts the entire colour spectrum, cant just change one hue alone.

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