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Erläuterungen zu diesen 1948er US-AUDIO Seiten

Die hier stehenden amerikanischen Artikel aus 1948 (aus der US-AUDIO) sind teilweise sehr gewöhnungsbedürftig, weil sie erstens aus einer längst vergangenen Zeit stammen und zweitens, weil dort in den USA ganz "anders" gedacht wurde als bei uns in Old Germany oder in Europa.
Vergleichbar mit unseren deutschen Hifi-Magazinen etwa ab 1962 ist jedoch, daß auch diese Zeitschrift ihre Anzeigen- Kunden und -Leser (be- oder ab- ?) werben mußte.

Die Ausgaben der US-AUDIO von 1947 bis 1958 liegen in teilweise ganz miserablen PDF-Dateien vor, in denen die Reihenfolge der Seiten teils völlig wirr ist. Der Aufwande, einen einzigen Artikel komlett zusammenzubauen, ist daher erheblich. Die Fotos sind so gräuselig schlecht, daß sie nur in Ausnahmefällen eingebaut werden.



• The charming and gracious lelter which we are happy to publish below was just received from Australia.

I have just returned from a world tour studying radio from the Broadcast Engineer's point of view. My trip included the United States.
I hope you can find space to publish this letter as an appreciation of the ready assistance and advice that was given to me at all times by engineers in your country. So many of us from Australia and other countries visit the U.S. and I am sure at times, we must occupy quite a lot of their valuable time.
I cannot of course, write personally to every engineer who entertained me, but as I know AUDIO Engineering circulates amongst practically all those who have the same interests as I, this letter is almost sure to reach them. I would like to say how much I admire the ready inter-change of information and ideas amongst American Engineers and from them to visitors overseas.
Audio Engineering is filling a need in the broadcast field and it is just what was wanted. It avoids unnecessarily wading through many articles in other magazines which are not of particular interest in the broadcast field. Keep on with the good work.
Yours sincerely,
L. N. Schiiltz.
Chief Engineer - 2GB Sydney, Australia.

We are proud that our readers have been so courteous and helpful to this visitor from abroad, and we feel that Mr. Schultz's idea of writing a "thank you" note for
publication in a magazine which he knows1 will reach practically all whom he has seen ip one which we Americans in similar circumstances could well follow.


• From Geoffrey Parr, editor of our well-known English contemporary, "Electronic Engineering", comes a cable congratulating us on the series of articles on "germanium crystal amplifiers" now running in this magazine. S. Young White is learning a great deal about the idiosynerasies of these devices through his experimental work and feels that he will soon have his development work up to a point where these crystals can be put into production.


• On September 14th the "Audio Engineering Society" held a special session on disc recording at the Western Union Auditorium in New York City. Despite the heat, approximately 300 audio engineers attended and heard a talk by R. A. Lynn of NBC on the relative merits of vertical and lateral recording, and a lecture and demonstration by V.J. Liebler of Columbia Records, Inc., on the development of the new Microgroove records.

Both were very well received. Before introducing the speakers for the evening, C.J. LeBel reported on the remarkable progress of the AES and pointed out that already employers are advertising for audio engineers rather than, as heretofore, electronic engineers with audio experience.

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