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Re: [ARSCLIST] Future data recovery from [Memorex CDs]
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> In a message dated 1/13/2006 11:41:02 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> rjhodge@xxxxxxx writes:
> Not to be a pessimist about this, but unless you've ever performed
> level troubleshooting and replacement of surface mount
> components as I have done over the years, I have no doubt that eventually
> there will come a day when the printed circuit boards will become
> Actually, that day has been with us for some time already.
> I don't think the pessimism about the playability of obsolete formats is
> justified. There will be future versions of the Archeophone.
> The electrical functions of the most complex circuit board can be
> with a suitable microprocessor. The necessary custom mechanical parts may
> generated by computer driven 3-D replicator printers.
> I just had a custom precision guiding jig so manufactured as part of a
> implant procedure. The CAT scan had to be sent to Israel for the
> but I'm sure American technology will catch up soon.
Okeh...what we need, then, is a bit of microcomponent that can be
put in a four-pin (or was it five?) tube base, or inside an old
tube, and duplicate the function and impedances of a UX-245...
Steven C. Barr