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Intermodulation Distortion in Tape Recording

The causes of intermodulation distortion in magnetic tape recording are discussed. A close correlation exists between harmonic distortion and intermodulation distortion measurements when the individual orders of distortion are measured separately. It is shown that nonsymmetrical input signals can be a source of intermodulation in tape recording. A session is suggested why our ear will tolerate high percentages of intermodulation distortion in music.

JAES Volume 11 Issue 3 pp. 270, 272, 274, 276, 278; July 1963
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