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Improved Magneto-Optical ¼" Audio Tape Player for Preservation.

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This improved ¼” audio tape player features a multi-track magneto-optical reader to reduce preservation cost through speed, adjustment automation and compatibility. The benefits of this 32 channels head, connected to a digital signal processor, are high speed capability, compatibility and automatic detection of any number of audio tracks, real time automatic adjustment of the best digital playback azimuth and filtering of crosstalk and partial track erasures.

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