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February 1973 PE cover
Practical Electronics was a UK published magazine, founded in 1964, as a constructors' magazine for the electronics enthusiast. It was originally spun-off from a sister title, Practical Wireless, to contain all non-radio articles. However, there was a further division in 1971, when a novice-level title, Everyday Electronics, was begun by the same publisher. Until 1977, both titles had the same production and editorial team. In 1986, both titles were sold by their owner, IPC Magazines, to independent publishers.[1]

By the early 1990s, the title experienced a marked decline in market share and, in 1992, it was purchased by Wimborne Publishing Ltd. which was, at that time, the publisher of the rival, novice-level Everyday Electronics. The two magazines were merged to form Everyday with Practical Electronics (EPE) - the "with" in the title being dropped from the November 1995 issue. In February 1999, the publisher acquired the former rival, Electronics Today International, and merged it into EPE.[1]

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1973
Practical Electronics Sound Synthesizer, from Feb 73
1974/1975
Minisonic by G. D. Shaw, five issues from Nov 74

A list of Electro-Music related articles for Practical Electronics can be found in this Index_to_Practical_Electronics_SDIY_articles

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