Chip iron the wrinkles out of golden oldies

Geake, Elisabeth
May 1991
New Scientist;5/18/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1769, p28
Reports on a single silicon chip that could remove crackles hiss and distortions from old vinyl records as the music plays. Factors that delay the release of the electronic device to the commercial market; Addition of electronic device to a hi-fi pre-amplifier; Background on the idea for the electronic device; CEDAR Audio's improvement in the device's speed; Need for users to adjust the amount of processing to get the required sound.


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