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Question 1: Following in 1958, more Stereo LP releases were offered by Audio Fidelity in the USA and ________ in Britain, using the Westrex "45/45" single-groove system.
EnglandPyeCambridge405-line television system

Question 2: The "warmer" sound of analog records is generally believed on both sides of the argument to be an artifact of ________ and signal compression.
Phase distortionJitterDistortionJohnson–Nyquist noise

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  Edison cylinder phonograph ca. 1899
  Rill with sound only on left channel
  The protective cover of the one-off Voyager Golden Record, containing symbolic information on how it is to be played.
  The protective cover of the one-off Voyager Golden Record, containing symbolic information on how it is to be played.

Question 4:
What format does Gramophone record follow?

Question 5: ________ [said]: 'Gentleman [sic], that is a band.
United StatesUnited States Marine CorpsJohn Philip SousaUnited States Army

Question 6: Generally, the outer and inner parts of the groove bear no intended sound (an exception is ________'s Mental Notes).
Phil JuddSplit EnzSecond Thoughts (album)Frenzy (album)

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  The protective cover of the one-off Voyager Golden Record, containing symbolic information on how it is to be played.
  A stroboscopic disc for 33⅓ and 45 rpm (actually 44.77 rpm as it has the wrong number of segments on the 45 ring) at 50 Hz
  Rill with sound only on left channel
  Magnified grooves. Dust can be spotted. Red lines mark one millimeter

Question 8: Third edition, ________, 1987.
JapanItalyFranceInternational Electrotechnical Commission

Question 9: The last part of the spiral meets an earlier part to form a ________.
Polar coordinate systemCircleConic sectionGeometry

Question 10: The development of ________ records was announced in 1971.
RCA RecordsGramophone recordQuadraphonic soundEMI







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