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Concert-Hall Realism Through the Use of Dynamic Level Control

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An improved effect of realism can be obtained from disc reproduction through the use of a special dynamic control amplifier stage which is capable of increasing the dynamic range and reducing the inherent record-hiss noise level. This special stage employs a pentode operated with positive bias on the suppressor and negative bias on the screen. A demonstration followed presentation of the paper.

JAES Volume 1 Issue 1 pp. 160-164; January 1953
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