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The Sound System at the New York State Theater

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The New York State Theater sound system reflects the latest state of the art in complex multichannel control and reinforcement techniques and a design concept more in evidence in European installations. Transistors and vacuum tubes are utilized where each has a unique advantage. Twenty-two column arrays cover individual seating areas.

JAES Volume 13 Issue 2 pp. 104-110; April 1965
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