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A New Concept in Language Laboratory Equipment

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Last year, Audio Lab., Inc., was given the privilege of designing a language laboratory system for Middlebury College-one of the foremost language teaching schools in the country. Their system was to be used by undergraduate students for regular class work, and throughout the summer, by language teachers who attend intensive language courses during Middlebury's summer session. After reviewing the scop'of their teaching needs, and in keeping with Middlebury's status, it was decided that they should have the best language training equipment that the present state of the art could offer. Our project led to the development of a new concept in language laboratory equipment.

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