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Triumph of Record Technology from Japan
The Washington Post (1974-Current file) - Washington, D.C.
Author: By RICHARD FREED
Date: Jun 4, 1978
Start Page: E7
Pages: 1
Section: BOOK WORLD Summer Reading Issue

BECAUSE THE Discwasher Group distributes Telaro's "direct-to-disc" recordings, at a hefty $16 per disc, one might have inferred that the similarly high-priced Denon records Discwasher is importing from Japan ($14 suggested list) are products of the same process, but they are not. Denon, in fact, inserts an additional stage into the usual tape-to-disc processing cycle and, far from losing quality thereby, has come up with what many listeners consider the finest sound on discs.

    
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