May 1984
BKSTS Journal;May1984, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p260
Trade Publication
The article features several audio-visual equipment including Tropham Film and Engineering Ltd.'s ultrasonic polyester weld, Electro-Voice's EVT4500 reverberation system and their Black Knight microphone, Acmade International's Mini Diplomat III machines, Calrec's M series of minimixers and SNV Group's high resolution Aquastar television projector.


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