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Electronic Home Music Reproducing Equipment

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The search for amplification and control of recorded and transmitted music over the last 100 years has progressed from mechanical amplifiers to tube amplifiers to solid-state equipment. The AM radio, the record player, the FM receiver, and the tape recorder have supplemented the acoustical phonograph and the telephone. An incomplete summary of important developments in the past is presented along with challenges for the future.

JAES Volume 25 Issue 10/11 pp. 759-771; November 1977
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