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A Composite Recording System for Studio or High-Fidelity Applications

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The audio engineer or the professionally minded audio enthusiast can increase the versatility of high-fidelity components by using broadcast techniques. A composite system is described wherein faciliteis are provided for both monaural and binaural recording, playback, and dubbing of tapes and discs with full monitoring and other features.

JAES Volume 1 Issue 4 pp. 305-309; October 1953
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