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Dolbyized Duplicating: Its Effects on the Pre-Recorded Cassette

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-State of the art- duplicating of cassettes using today's best available mastering and duplicating tapes and focused gap field high speed duplicating techniques, without the benefit of Dolby noise reduction. Stretching various types of original masters into Type B Dolby Duplicating masters and an evaluation of the net improvements in signal to noise, frequency response, distortion, maximum recording levles, and compatability of the Type B Dolby production cassette.

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