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Time Warp

Time Warp: The Radiogram

Predominantly manufactured following the Second World War, and an amalgamation of the words ‘radio’ and ‘gramophone’, the radiogram was the forefather of convergent electronics design. ...

Time Warp: Don’t dis the DAT

Back in the day, the mixed tape was a ritual part of early courtship. You’d grab an audiocassette and, over days or weeks, make a compilation recording of favou...

Time warp: Rear Projection TVs

In between the venerable CRT TV and modern plasma or LCD TV, there was a briefly popular display technology called RPTV - the Rear Projection TV. To be f...

Time warp: DAT technology

Making digital copies of tunes from our home music collections didn't begin with the PC and some ripping software. Nor did it start with recordable CD or Mi...

Time warp: Quadraphonic sound

The forerunner of today's multichannel sound formats, Quadraphonic technology aimed to deliver a new era of audio fidelity by adding two extra speakers to t...