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An Historical Overview of the Development of PCM/Digital Recording Technology at Denon
It has been 17 years since Denon conducted the first commercial PCM/digital recording session. This event marked the beginning of a new era for recording engineers, studio operators, record companies and audiophiles. During that time, Denon has improved music recording techniques and developed a variety of digital audio products. This paper will outline some of the major achievements and contributions over the nearly two decades made mainly by Denon.
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