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THE BIOSCOPE Recognising Faults in Sound

THE BIOSCOPE Recognising Faults in Sound

Fascinating 8.T.-H. Demonstrations to Projectionists' Guild The last meeting of the Headquarters Court was held at Boltons Cinema, South Kensington, on Sunday, when a most fascinating and practical lecture on sound equipment and sound quality was given by F. W. Campbell, A.M.1.E
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Tests With the Photo-Cell

Tests With the Photo-Cell

The photo-electric cell is more sensitive to ultra-red than to ultra-violet light, Mr. Campbell explained. Sheets of blue and red glass were then inserted in the light beam from the arc, and, later, in the light beam between the photo-cell and exciter lamp. While the blue glass
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
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04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
INSTALLS

INSTALLS

SECURES REGINALD
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
AT THE CONSOLE

AT THE CONSOLE

European Representative : WALTER PEARCE, 33, King St., Covent Garden, London, W.C.2.
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
VitumrzFit Standardisation

VitumrzFit Standardisation

Standardisation The standardisation of camera and projector apertures throughout the American industry following the activities of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is welcome, in so far as it secures uniformity of practice. On that score it is to be hoped that it w
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
Checking Meters

Checking Meters

We have in mind the case of a projectionist who complained that the exciter lamp on one machine lasted much longer than that on the other, despite the fact that he took every care to run them under rated conditions. That difference in life was very marked and the condition was a
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
WOMAN'S LEAD TO SHOWMEN

WOMAN'S LEAD TO SHOWMEN

Miss Jeffreys, manageress of the New Imperial, Cardiff, appears to hit upon unusual and attractive schemes for pulling in the crowds. During recent weeks " Film Face " competitions have been run by several Welsh exhibitors, and, as all of them proved exceptionally successful, Mi
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England
 
AS OTHERS

AS OTHERS

SEE US Another Welsh tie-up scheme which should commend itself to exhibitors in other parts of the country has just been staged at Barry by W. A. O'Connor, owner of the Theatre Royal and Savoy Cinemas, Barry. Mr. O'Connor, in conjunction with the management of Bindle's, the best
04 May 1932 - The Bioscope - London, London, England