Burning down the house: Home recorders are Here

Starrett, Robert A.
May 1999
EMedia Professional;May99, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p50
Academic Journal
Focuses on the emergence of compact disc (CD) recording devices from Philips, Pioneer and Marantz in the United States. Price range of the CD recording tools; Information on the Serial Copy Management System required by the Audio Home Recording Act of 1992; Issues concerning the low pricing of CD recorder.


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