The paper discusses some aspects of the L+R/L-R stereo audio matrix system used in North America and the consequences of errors in the stereo transmission channels on the decoding process as observed by the listener. The discussion focuses on differences between discrete and matrix alternative methods of program distribution and transmission. The impact of commonly encountered transmission errors are illustrated by graphics derived from computer-generated circuit models is examined. Results are summarized and compared.
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