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Synthetic Reverberator - January 1960
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The increasing flow of information and the continuously improving possibility of its distribution make grow the necessity to develop suitable stacking and storage capacities. Thus, e.g. music, speech, video contributions and film containers are more and more frequently stored in compact cartridges. In case bigger quantities of contributions or documentations are to be stored and the individual elements must be available immediately the use of the AUTOMATIC CARTRIDGE ARCHIVES is recommended with the advantage of direct access.

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