- A3 Colour Inkjet MFP with Fax
- Automatic Duplex Print, Copy, Scan & Fax up to A3
- Up to 27ppm Colour Print Speed
- Up to 35ppm Mono Print Speed
- Up to 6,000 x 1,200 dpi print resolution
- 256MB Memory
- USB 2.0, Wired & Wireless Network, NFC (Near Field Communication)
- Up to 2,400 x 2,400 dpi scan resolution (optical)
- Up to 12ipm mono & 9ipm colour copy speed
- Scan to Email, OCR, Image, USB Flash Memory drive, Card, FTP, Email Server, Network and Web Services
- 33.6 kbps Fax Modem
- 6 Group Dials, 100 Address Book Locations
- 2x 250 Sheet Paper Trays
- 1 Sheet Rear Bypass Tray
- 20 Sheet Duplex ADF
- 9.3cm Colour TouchScreen Display
The MFC-J6920DW combines fantastic business features with cost-effective A3 printing to deliver the ideal professional machine. Able to print two sided, as well as copy, scan and fax, this device uses a easy-to-use 9.3cm LCD colour touch screen — allowing for simple control over the array of intelligent apps, including mobile and NFC printing. Super high-yield ink cartridges also offer fantastic value when it comes to print costs.
- LC123 CMYK Ink Cartridges
- Quick Setup Guide
- Software CD
- Telephone Line Cord
- Power Cable
Customer Questions & Answers
Thank you for your question regarding the brother J6920DW.
I can confirm that for standard office documents that contain a mix of text and small graphics/images that bleed through the page is not an issue on a duplex document, nor is ink bleed in general.
The only issue you would experience on lighter media is if you print large photographs, where the paper would get over-saturated and warp because of the moisture level. For general printing though, 80gsm media is fine.
Thanks for getting in touch.
Yes I can confirm that the MFC-J6920DW offers automatic double-sided print, copy, scan & fax up to A3.
I hope this helps and please let me know if you have any further questions.
The Printerbase Team
Customer Review (1)
Customer Reviews 4 item(s)
My biggest complaint is having to reset its date time and WiFi settings every time I switch it on. I contacted Brother and they say it has to be left on to keep its setting over night.
My other wireless Brother does not need this so I will be returning this printer and looking for a replacement.
Print quality is good (I also have a Samsung Laser and it nearly matches that) and the photo prints are totally acceptable on photo-paper.
I use a Mac with OS X Mavericks 10.9 and had to download the software from Brother as the included CD was not OS X 10.9 compatible. If you read everything through before installing it works. Getting the ability to "scan to" a network computer from the Printer took a bit of head scratching but I got there eventually.
Overall I am VERY pleased with this machine. One of the newer models available and Mac compatible.
Setting up and installing the software are pretty much straight forward. And speed of printing is quite good too. For the quality of prints, I should say is ok for me, and it does the job fine. Haven't tried the best quality print or the borderless print though, as I bought it less then a month ago.
The feature that I really like is the NFC function, where I can just directly print from an NFC enabled device, via placing the device on the left of the screen.