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A Study of Program-Level Overloading in Phonograph Recording
 
A Report of FM Stereo at the CCIR Study Group X Conference in Bad Kreuznach, Germany
 
Program-Level Overloading and Equalization in Phonograph Recording
 
Meter Ballistics Testing
 
The Sound System of Sound and Light
 
1 Kilowatt Transistor Audio Amplifier
 
Intelligibility Test of Communication Ear Defenders in an Area of Extremely High Intensity Noise
 
Preliminary Experiments on the Aural Significance of Parts of Tones of Orchestral Instruments and on Choral Tones
 
The Creation of Melodic Contours from Non-Melodic Raw Material Without Loss of Text or Timbre
 
Techniques of Program Level Measurement Applicable to FM Stereo
 
Further Thoughts on Geometric Conditions in the Cutting and Playing of Stereo Discs
 
Stereo Operational Experience of WQXR-FM New York
 
Practical Preparation for FM Stereo Multiplexing
 
Stereophonic FM Distortion Caused by Cross-Talk into the Pilot Carrier
 
On Geometric Conditions in the Cutting and Playing of Stereo Discs
 
The Case Against Low-Frequency Pre-Emphasis in Magnetic Recording
 
Stylus Mass and Reproduction Distortion
 
Transient Response and Intermodulation Studies in Phonograph Reproduction
 
The Voice Interference Analysis Set, an Instrument for Determining the Degradation of Signal Quality of a Voice Communications Channel
 
The Transmission and Recording of Shaft Position by Means of Audio Tone Bursts
 
Correlation Studies Relating Magnetic Measurements to Audio Frequency Performance of Magnetic Tape
 
The Role of Recorded Voice Services in Telephony
 
Compatibility-A Major Requisite in the Telephone Industry
 
Man's Need to Communicate-Past, Present and Future
 
Some Practical Aspects of FM Stereophonic Broadcasting
 
Planning a New FM Stereo Station
 
Anomalies of Presently Accepted FM Stereo Measurement Technique
 
Management FM Stereo Installation Problems
 
Stereo Experience at WASH-FM
 
FM Multiple Stereo Installation at WHOO-FM
 
Design Aspects of Low Distortion Transistor Amplifiers
 
On Geometric Conditions in the Cutting and Playing of Stereo Discs
 
Regarding a -Derived Third Stereo Channel-
 
Constant Directional Characteristics from a Line Source Array
 
Loudspeaker Measurements in Live Rooms
 
On the Damping of Phonograph Arms
 
Some Aspects of Stereophony Applicable to Conference Use
 
An Automatic Overplay System for Magnetic Tape and Record-A Step Towards Automation in Studio Operation
 
Erasure of Magnetic Tape
 
A Simplified Frequency Shifter for Improving Acoustic Feedback Stability
 
Sound Reinforcement in Television Broadcasting
 
Short-Haul 4-Wire Communications
 
High-Frequency Stylus-Groove Relationships in Phonograph Cartridge Transducers
 
A Simple Quality Rating System for Loudspeakers and Audio Systems
 
Intermodulation Distortion in Tape Recording
 
Further Comments on Geometric Conditions in the Cutting of Stereo Records
 
Corrections on Stylus Groove Relationships in Phonograph Cartridge Transducers
 
Comments on Stereophony
 
Tracing Distortion--Its Causes and Correction in Stereodisk Recording Systems
 
A Resume of Current Activities of CCIR Study Group X of Particular Interest to Audio Engineers
 
Problems in the Measurement of Reverberation Time
 
Compensation for Tracing and Tracking Error
 
Mechanical Impedance Measurements at the Stylus of Stereo Phonograph Cartridge Transducers
 
A Reflex Wien-Bridge Oscillator, with Analysis
 
A Two-Gram Phonograph Pickup System for Home Record Changers
 
A Personal Voice Amplifier
 
Speech Digitizing Techniques
 
An Electron Cloud Head for Reproduction of Tape Recordings
 
A Multi-Purpose Studio Recording System
 
Vibrato, Tremolo and Beats
 
 
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