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The Print-Through Phenomenon

A survey of the existing theory of print-through is presented. The roles of both the medium and the recording configuration are characterized. A quantitative expression is given for the comparison of print-through measurements by the variaous standard techniques. Advice is presented to the user on how to select and employ tape to ensure minimum print-through, consistent with other recording objectives.

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JAES Volume 28 Issue 10 pp. 690-705; October 1980
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