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Morris Schwartz: Sound slide. Kalart Victor Corporation, Hane Sullivan & Spiecens, March 29, 1977: US04014604 (15 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed sound slide assemblages which comprise a generally rectangular body incorporating an image bearing portion and a magnetic sound track portion. The image bearing portion is adapted to receive either a mounted or unmounted transparency. The sound track portion is contiguous to the i ...


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Morris Schwartz: Sound slide. Kalart Victor Corporation, Hane Roberts Spiecens & Cohen, July 25, 1978: US04102569 (12 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed sound slide assemblages which comprise a generally rectangular body incorporating an image bearing portion and a magnetic sound track portion. The image bearing portion is adapted to receive either a mounted or unmounted transparency. The sound track portion is contiguous to the i ...


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Herbert Joachim Koch: Sound-slide projector control apparatus. Richard G Stephens, August 9, 1977: US04041457 (9 worldwide citation)

A sound-slide projector of a basic form illustrated in U.S. Pat. No. 3,732,000 is equipped with a keyboard which controls a digital servomotor to position a slide tray for random access to the sound-slides. Operation of a mechanical slide-changing mechanism formerly cyclically operated in a predeter ...


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Marquis Raymond, Kaprelian Edward K: Multiple projector system with single sound source. The Kalart Company, July 20, 1971: US3594077 (7 worldwide citation)

A multiple projector system including a master projector such as a sound slide projector and one or several slave projectors such as slide projectors or motions picture projectors, and in which the master projector and the slave projectors share adjustably programmed projection time and playback tim ...


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Castedello William: Cassette for a sound slide projector. The Kalart Company, August 22, 1972: US3685893 (6 worldwide citation)

A cassette for a sound slide projector has in a casing a first compartment and a second compartment. The first compartment accommodates a tape holding mechanism and is accessible through recesses for forward winding and rewinding of the tape and for recording a message on the tape or playing back su ...


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Annett Leland W, Wallin George J: Sound-slide projector. Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company, May 8, 1973: US3732000 (2 worldwide citation)

A sound-slide projector for use with a sound-slide, wherein the sound media is a thin, flexible disk having a magnetizable coating on one face which disk is supported at a central opening therethrough on the sound-slide frame for rotation about the photographic slide and wherein a tapered capstan an ...


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Martin E Gerry: Automatically retractable tape in sound-slide means. March 1, 1977: US04010491 (2 worldwide citation)

A slide and magnetic tape retainer provides capability of insertion of a mounted transparency and has a spiral spring type tape that is self retractable, after being transported, to its original position. The tape is guided for non-interference with the slide or transparency within the retainer by m ...


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Schwartz Morris: Recording and scanning mechanism for a sound slide projector. Kalart Victor Corporation, Hane Baxley & Spiecens, July 29, 1975: US3897145 (1 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a playback and recording assemblage for a sound slide projector. This assemblage includes sound slides which are coated on opposite sides of a widened frame portion with magnetic layers. These layers serve to record thereon sound tracks in spaced apart parallel relationship. Recor ...


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Sound slide projector. January 5, 1972: GB1259142-A (1 worldwide citation)

1,259,142. Audio-visual apparatus. KALART CO. Inc. 3 Sept., 1969 [3 Sept., 1968], No. 43688/69. Heading G5R. [Also in Divisions G2-G3] A cassette contains a magnetic tape, mounted for unwinding and rewinding on a rotary support, and a compartment for releasably housing an optical slide. A projector ...


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