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|Posted By : apollon - 4/26/2002 5:11 AM|
I have been using an Epsom ink jet Printer (360 to 720 dpi) for years with not bad results but I
would like to improve the quality of my printings towards a higher definition (1200 or 2400 dpi).
As I am not yet sure about the best printing system for music engraving to choose, if ink jet or
laser, could anyone give me some suggestions on this matter ? Many thanks in advance.
P.S.: if it could be helpful : I use Finale 2002 running on Mac G3 OS 9.0.
|Posted By : GT - 4/26/2002 8:01 AM|
I use the HP LaserJet 5000, and I love it.
|Posted By : duser - 4/26/2002 1:17 PM|
The HP 5000 seems to be the nearly universal choice. Better get one before Carly finishes putting HP down the tubes.|
|Posted By : musicofnote - 4/27/2002 5:10 AM|
Does the 5000 use real Adobe Postscript |
or a clone? I've had a couple of .PDF
printing problems on 2100TNs. files that
printed just fine on my 4MV at home. It
has real Adobe PS and the 2100 has
ACE-[SYSOP] on Compuserve
Music of Note
|Posted By : GT - 4/27/2002 6:22 AM|
I believe that the HP5000 uses a clone, but on the Mac I have experienced none of the PostScript problems that plague Windows users.