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A Three-Channel Stereophonic Sound Reinforcement Mixing Console

Described is a self-contained unit of unusual scope, designed for either stereo or multichannel monophonic coverage of large public or private gatherings. The design includes many features which make the work of the operator less complicated. Pushbutton switching flexibility of all inputs, and outputs, plus unusual emergency facilities afford a completely versatile console with no obvious limitations for future applications.

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JAES Volume 7 Issue 4 pp. 223-227; October 1959
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