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Synchronous TV Sound Recording

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An appropriate counting device can synchronize various machines (sound recorders, video recorders, telecine, etc.-) driving perforated films or tapes recorded with synchronizing pulses. This simplifies various processes such as rerecording, dissolving, etc.- and provides several high quality sound tracks for motion pictures and television. Facility in utilization and reliability are excellent.

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