I don't own a printer, because I pretty much never print anything out -- except music. My community orchestra issues all parts as PDFs, as does every other musical organization that I do anything incidental with.
So now I'm looking for a printer, because I'm tired of going to Fedex (Kinko's) every time I need music, plus the charges to print music are exorbitant (it's around $35 per concert's worth of music, typically).
Requirements: Under $500 street price (so probably up to $750 or so is okay for list price of the printer, since Amazon and others discount so heavily), very crisp readable reproduction of music, only monochrome really matters.
Any suggestions? Printer reviews typically concentrate on text output and Powerpoint printing or photographs, and these aren't really relevant to gauging the quality of music output.
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