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A New Device for the Reduction of Print-Through

The Echoraser is a static device designed to reduce the intensity of layer-to-layer signal transfer or print-through. Each set consists of two Echorasers, one -Red- and the other -Black.- The -Red- device will remove up to 9 db, and the -Black- device up to 18 db. of print-through. The Echoraser can rejuvenate old original recordings damaged by print-through and can virtually remove all the print from new recordings. This device can be a valuable tool for the recordist who wishes to prevent his recordings from objectionable print-through.

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JAES Volume 7 Issue 3 pp. 129-132; July 1959
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