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Basic Problems in Audio Systems Practice
A discussion of the fundamental problems involved in the design of a typical audio system, whether for a broadcast station, a recording studio, a paging or intercommunication system, or a high-fidelity home reproducer. The importance of levels, noise, and power output capability is shown, and general practice with respect to circuit layout is discussed. The paper concludes with a number of suggestions to aid the system designer.
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