CANON PIXMA iP6000D PRINTER DRIVER DOWNLOAD AND SETUP
CANON PIXMA iP6000D
As a rule of thumb, a higher model number in a printer line means more speed, better quality, more capability—and a higher price. Not so with the Canon Pixma iP6000D Photo Printer ($179.99 direct). Priced $20 lower than the iP5000, the iP6000D is far slower for business applications and offers slightly lower output quality for text and graphics. It's slightly faster for photos, however, and offers essentially the same photo quality. It also adds a 2.5-inch LCD for previewing photos before printing. All of this makes it a printer of interest mainly for those primarily concerned with printing photos. The iP6000D is a touch bigger than the iP5000, at 7.7 by 16.9 by 12.3 inches (HWD) and 15.9 pounds, but the two share some features, including two 150-sheet paper trays, the ability to duplex, a USB 1.1 port for connecting to your computer, and a second USB port for connecting to a PictBridge camera. Unlike the iP5000, the iP6000D offers slots for most memory cards, the front-panel LCD, and a control panel to let you preview, edit, and print photos without a computer. Under the hood, the iP6000D uses six ink colors—cyan, yellow, magenta, black, light cyan, and light magenta, each in its own cartridge—compared with five for the iP5000. Performance on our business-applications suite (using QualityLogic's hardware and software for timing, www.qualitylogic.com) was disappointing, with a total of 49 minutes 11 seconds. The iP5000 took only 16:09. And the only printer we've seen in the last year that was slower than the iP6000 cost less than half as much. But the iP6000's performance on our photo suite was much better than other printers; it averaged 1 minute 35 seconds for each 4-by-6 and 3:32 for each 8-by-10.
Operating System Compatible
Windows 10-32bit | 8.1-32bit | 8-32bit | 7-32bit | Vista-32bit | Xp-32bit, Windows 10-64bit | 8.1-64bit | 8-64bit | 7-64bit | Vista-32bit | Vista-64bit | Xp-32bit | Mac OS 10.14 | Mac OS 10.13 | Mac OS 10.12 | Os X 10.11 | Os X 10.10 | Os X 10.9 | Os X 10.8 | Os X 10.7
How to install Canon PIXMA iP6000D Printer Driver for Linux
Start your computer.
Visit the web-based interface.
Open the browser and also navigate to localhost: 631.
Connect the printer.
On the "browser", click the Administration tab and also select the printer.
Select "Add A Printer".
Enter your "username" and "password".
Printer Canon PIXMA iP6000D should be on the list that is displayed. Select it and press "Continue".
CUPS detect and add the printer.
The configuration window appears, fill in the required values.
Canon Pixma iP6000D Driver Download
iP6000D CUPS Printer Driver Ver. 10.51.2.0 (OS X 10.5/10.6)