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Sound Cultures in Indian Cinema
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Csystophone


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Title

Csystophone

Subject

Sound Reproduction Equipment

Description

Csystophone, “invented” by Bamadas Chatterjee, a research scholar of Calcutta University, was the preeminent indigenous talkie equipment. Csystophone talkie reproduction machine was based on Chatterjee-Sono-System and was installed at Chabbighar and Rupabani theaters.

Creator

Anonymous

Source

National Film Archive of India

Publisher

Film World Weekly, May 12, 1933, Vol.1, No.5, p.5

Date

1933-05-12

Contributor

The Media Lab

Format

jpeg

Language

Eng

Type

Document

Document Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Paper

Files

Citation

Anonymous , "Csystophone," in Sound Cultures in Indian Cinema, Item #11, http://sounds.medialabju.org/items/show/11 (accessed June 23, 2018).

License

Creative Commons License

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