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A Review of Factors Affecting the Quality of Duplicate Magnetic Recordings Generated at High Speed
Technical advancements in the areas of consumer reproduction equipment, magnetic tape oxide formulations, and high-speed duplicator heads have made mass duplication of high quality music recordings possible. The contribution of each of these factors is discussed. The means of optimization of a high-speed duplication system is described. The practical system performance specifications necessary to achievement of high-quality duplication are summarized.
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