The ever-increasing use of audio-visual aids by overseas mission personnel emphasizes the need for equipment which will meet the vagaries of foreign operations. This paper describes (1) the effects of uncertain power and climatic conditions upon audio equipment, (2) the technical services offered by the author's organization, and (3) new devices designed to meet special requirements for overseas use such as (a) a playback attachment for 16mm magnetically striped film, (b) a simplified tape recorder attachment for synchronizing dialogue to a slide or film-strip projector, and (c) a mobile audio-visual unit.
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