Memory-Tech Creates a $2000 Glass CD 
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Written by AVRev.com   
Tuesday, 07 April 2009

Memory-Tech, a Japanese CD manufacturer, has begun replicating client's music in glass.  Memory-Tech claims that glass CDs, which they have dubbed “Crystal Discs”, sound better than their polycarbonate counterparts.  The glass discs cost approximately $2000 each.

Currently, these "Crystal Discs" appear to be targeted at Japanese audiophiles.  Some of the titles currently available include Mariko Senjyu, a Japanese violinist, three other Japanese classical artists, Beethoven and several similar classical artists.







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