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The Audio Side of the Laser Videodisc
The system architecture of the laser optical videodisc is discussed detailing the modulation process, player design, disk manufacturing and characteristics of the audio channels. The application of a modified CX noise-reduction system will be presented. Requirements for input materials to guarantee optimum transfer to the videodisc will be reviewed.
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