High-Fidelity Sound in the Home

  • John M. Eargle

Abstract

One of the great successes of modern consumer electronics is the ready availability of highquality audio program presentation in the home environment. The evolution has been going on for more than a century, beginning with the acoustical phonograph, progressing on through radio, electrical recording, the long-playing record, television (both broadcast and via recordings), stereophonic, and multichannel sound.

Keywords

Power Amplifier Section View Compact Disc Scanning Electron Microscope View Acoustical Output 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1995

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  • John M. Eargle

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