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The Application of Velocity Microphones to Stereophonic Recording

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Some observations on the stereophonic effect using one channel (pseudo-stereophony) and two channels are presented. Since microphone characteristics play an essential role in stereophonic transmission, the use of velocity microphones in this connection is considered, and the constructional features of a recent type briefly described.

JAES Volume 5 Issue 2 pp. 79-85; April 1957
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