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A Real-Time Tape Duplication System

A real-time tape duplications system developed for broadcast syndication of high-quality music programs has been successfully operating for over a year. The technical an economic factors of such a system are presented along with a description of the system itself, including a unique scanning monitor system which permits sequentially quality control of the tapes as they are being duplicated. Reliability and performance history is also included.

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JAES Volume 29 Issue 4 pp. 252-257; April 1981
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