What's Stereo (Binaural) Simulcasting?


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Prior to advent of FM stereo multiplex, H.H. Scott AM/FM tuners (Type 330) were equipped for "simulcast" stereo reception (sometimes referred to as "binaural" broadcasts). Many stations (including WCRB, of Boston, Mass.) would broadcast the left channel program content on FM and the right channel program content simultaneously on their AM affiliate station.

From a September, 1954,
WCRB Ad promoting
AM/FM "Simulcast" Stereo


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