Hey, Santa, Is the Beard Real?

Masciarotte, Oliver
December 2002
Mix;Dec2002, Vol. 26 Issue 13, p96
Focuses on the impact of technology on the recording industry following the introduction of digital video discs. Emergence of home theater-in-box in the market; Reproduction of a surround aural experience; Significance of discs in the industry.


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