You need to calibrate your screen, it's probably too bright.
What media? Is it OEM?
What ink? Is it OEM?
What are your printer driver settings? Or are you using a 3rd party RIP rather than the OEM driver?
Unfortunately in this case it is not the issue with too bright screen. The media I printed was too dark accordingly to a company I sent samples too for calibrating. They didn't have any solution for this issue. And calibrating didn't work because the colors where too off.
The media is OEM and the ink is OEM, the printer use ink for sublimation. It's the same ink in both the Epson 1500w and the Epson 4880. The 1500w makes great prints without any color management.
The print in the first post is printed without color management and I have this settings in the driver (no RIP) https://i.imgur.com/cO76G6j.jpg I have also tried a lot of tests with different settings. Maybe I haven't found the right ones..
If this is the Epson brand “Versatile Paper Singleweight Matte 115g/m² 17” x 40m” I would expect to have best results using Matt Black ink rather than Photo Black.
Before resorting to using an ICC profile, I would use the standard driver settings for the best result. Of course, even if you do use a canned or custom ICC profile, you have to use the correct driver settings that the profile was built around. In some cases, the profile may lead to worse results than simply using the correct driver settings.