LP made with a 3D printer isn't quite as good as an old LP

12/25/2012 | CNET

An LP record made with a 3D printer can be derived from a digital music file, but the result doesn't come close to the audio quality of commercial LPs made decades ago, Steve Guttenberg writes. "It's interesting that even state-of-the-art 3D printers fall far short of what's achievable with old-fashioned record pressing machines," he notes.

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