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4-2-4 Matrix Systems: Standards, Practice, and Interchangeability

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To a large extent, the two-channel encoded form of one matrix can be -converted- for playback through other matrices. Accordingly, programs encoded in certain -nonstandard- matrices can be optimized for current playback practice. These and other operational manipulation of matrix systems are discussed in detail.

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JAES Volume 20 Issue 10 pp. 809-815; December 1972
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