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A Mechanical Disc Recording and Reproducing System with High Storage Density and High Rate of Information Transmisssion

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A record is described with a storage density 100 times greater than that of the usual stereo LP record. The new reproducing process enables the mechanical replay of signals within the MHz range. The system can be used for the transfer of television programs or multichannel sound recordings.

JAES Volume 18 Issue 6 pp. 618-623; December 1970
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