Back in the late 1940's and early 1950's I shared the enthusiasm of a new word called "High Fidelity". It had a unique meaning. We were all familiar with the sound of our table radios that we spent lots of time listening to. Of course radio programs were a major source of entertainment for me and for millions of others back then. But something new was appearing. It was sound with better lows and highs--something that a single 5 inch table radio speaker or 12 inch console speaker could not do by itself. The dynamic range and extended frequencies for bass drums and cymbal crashes were clearly audible became very exciting.
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