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Multipurpose High Speed Random Access System on PCM Audio Disc with Touching Pick-Up and Groove Guidance

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High speed and accurate random access to high density storage video or PCM audio discs with groove-guided signal pick-up seems difficult to achieve. For the Telefunken/Teldec Mini Disc (MD) System a method for reliable and accurate random access has been developed. The signal bit rate needed for random access control is small and leaves room for another feature proposed: text information in the Videotext format.

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