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At 04:41 AM 8/18/97 -0400, you wrote:
>Dear Paul
>        As a manufacturer I generally stay quiet on the Tig as it is meant
>to be impartial and I, obviously have a vested interest. But, when another
>film scanning product manufacturer comments on one of my film scanning
>products I feel I have to write.
. . .
>Stu Hunt

I might add here that I replied to an early message of Paul's but failed to
include the TIG as I had intended. Paul replied to my message via the group
and you may have missed the connection between messages. In summary, I just
pointed out the fact that aliasing is forever and that some methods were
also avaialable to avoid the unwanted products in the original sampling.
Stu Hunt covered the topic here in more detail and with reference to his
specific knowledge. I thank him for that and want to let everyone know that
this kind of information is exactly why I subscribe to this mailing list.
The opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the most knowledgeable people
in my field is what is important to me. I have no problems with the
person's affilaition with commercial entities! I have very well developed
filters in place.

David Tosh <dlt at earthlink.net>
Engineer, Complete Post Hollywood

thanks to Phil Kroll of Otti International for support of the TIG in 1997
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