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Old 19th Jul 2017, 1:41 pm   #61
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Default Re: King's speech unedited BBC recording. Value?

Yes, but AFAIK Columbia had standardised on 78 by 1930.

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Old 19th Jul 2017, 1:58 pm   #62
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Interesting to see "Start Outside" on the label, for recorded plays etc. that where longer than one side broadcasters alternated "Outside Start" and "Inside Start" to make it sound the same when changing disks. The inside is always worse than the outside.
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Old 19th Jul 2017, 2:01 pm   #63
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The same applies to dual-layer DVDs.
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Old 19th Jul 2017, 5:00 pm   #64
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Presumably for no "hiccup" since digitized stuff should sound the same when reconstituted whatever part of the disc it's recorded in.
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Yes, I imagine the DVD situation is to minimise head movement between the end of layer one and the start of layer two. With "groovy" discs this wouldn't apply as it is necessary to move the head out of the way to turn the disc over, so restarting at the same linear speed makes sense to avoid a jump in sound quality.
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Old 19th Jul 2017, 7:57 pm   #66
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CDs and DVDs are CLV (constant linear velocity) though (at least, during playback; recording can be done at constant angular velocity, only slowing down if the data buffer is getting emptied faster than it is filling up). They speed up towards the centre, so as to keep the number of bits per metre constant.

I can see why records were CAV, though ..... it would be a nightmare to implement CLV in the mechanical domain!
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I can see why records were CAV, though ..... it would be a nightmare to implement CLV in the mechanical domain!
Absolutely.

Mind you, when you look at the mechanical intricacies of the analogue/mechanical era I am surprised that they did not come up with something!
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Interested in clocks and watches, perchance?
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Thanks everyone, I'm flat out with work at the moment by once I get round to playing it I'll let you all know how it goes
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Interesting to see "Start Outside" on the label, for recorded plays etc. that where longer than one side broadcasters alternated "Outside Start" and "Inside Start" to make it sound the same when changing disks. The inside is always worse than the outside.
Just by way of illustration, here's an actual 'Inside Out' broadcast transcription lacquer disc from none other than All India Radio, one of a group that I bought for their interest. They alternate 'Inside Out' and 'Outside In'.

Being 16-inch diameter, it's not straightforward to play, but my Collaro 4T200 transcription unit will just about manage it, thus justifying its description!

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