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Record-Changer Design Consideration of Today

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Inherent design problems and performance considerations in present-day record changers and record players are examined. Popular accepted solutions to these problems are discussed with emphasis on problems of current concern to the industry. Performance parameters are examined in the light of current commercial practice in record-changer design and the present state of the art.

JAES Volume 20 Issue 4 pp. 290-296; May 1972
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