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Clavichord Amplification

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Some of the limitations of electroacoustic amplification for a small clavichord have been studied. The conclusions are that a vibration pickup properly coupled to the soundboard or strings can provide more than a factor of 100 improvement in sound power output, thus making the clavichord somewhat competitive in this respect with a small piano.

JAES Volume 21 Issue 6 pp. 460-463; August 1973
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