At 07:09 PM 2009-11-03, you wrote:
>From: Patent Tactics, George Brock-Nannestad
>The story continues. I would not be surprised to learn that northern Italian
>records were cut with machines run off 14 Hz or 16 2/3 Hz, which were in use
>for traction purposes. Let us see if a type-wri-toon will work here: ;-) -
>yes, it did.
One thing that intrigued me is that the Tonschreiber version of the
Magnetophon which was analyzed in depth after WWII by some Army
Engineers who appeared to do a good job apparently could work from 25-60 Hz.
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