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Spacial Stereo-The Subjective System Concept to Stereophonic Listening in the Home

Spacial Stereo represents a new approach to stereophonic listening in the home - the Subjective System concept. The uniqueness or peculiarity of this approach allows many of the heretofore confusing component considerations to become part of a captive network which assures technical compatibility of component placement, wiring, technical responses, speaker enclosures and matching, and other characteristics within the system. This system has been designed and executed through technical, psychological, physiological, and musical evaluation. The results from a wide scope of technical and listening tests have clearly indicated that the major responsibility for accuracy in the reproduction of the original performances lies in the program material that is presented to the system. This all-transistor amplifier together with its associated single cabinet full stereophonic transducer will be demonstrated.

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