A little more than a year ago we invited the late Holger Lauridsen to contribute to the E.B.U. Review an article describing his work on stereophonic sound reproduction and in particular the sys;tem that he had proposed for stereophonic broadcasting without most of the disadvantages of using separate transmitter chains for the left-ear and right-ear components. Many of our readers will recall Mr. Lauridsen's untimely death in December 1957, which put an end to his valuable contribution to the art and science of broadcasting. Recently, however, interest in the possibilities of stereophony, and particularly in stereophonic broadcasting, has become widespread, and Mr. Heegaard very kindly agreed to write the following article, which is based upon the work of Mr. Lauridsen.'Editor
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