Sound with Pictures

Duff, Ian
August 1988
Image Technology;Aug1988, Vol. 70 Issue 8, p295
Trade Publication
Information about several papers discussed at a conference of Audio Engineering Society, British Section entitled "Sound with Pictures" is presented. The society states that sound component of television or video should be catered in ways compatible with the working of human perception. It features the development of digital stereophonic television signal. The future development of high definition television with wider, larger images.


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