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A Vibration-Stabilizer System for Phonograph Reproduction

The conventional pivoted pickup-arm system has an intrinsic instability at its low-frequency resonance, resulting in frequency modulation of simultaneous program material as well as loss of trackability. A stabilizer system is described which is effective, yet avoids the problems of previous systems.

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JAES Volume 27 Issue 4 pp. 285-290; April 1979
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