Often, compatible inks are actually superior to OEM in some respects, it depends on the ink and the paper. If it’s an HP cart with the head built in, then it’s likely a “recycled” cart, since HP is really the only maker of those items. Jet-Tec is a well-known company, so odds are they use quality inks. You may see a minor color shift, but it’ll be easy to re-adjust for it. Visit Jet-Tec.com and see if they disclose the maker of their inks.
There’s a lot of arguing about compatible inks and carts being bad for a printer, most of which is baloney. But even if they are, you only need to buy 2 or 3 sets to save enough for a new printer, so who cares?