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November 2, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

You’d have thought that the whole point of a peal of church bells was that there was actually someone there ringing the things to call the faithful to worship, but in Italy of all places, Auli Elettronica Sas is reportedly ringing up a fortune with a microprocessor-based church bell simulator that for from $1,700 and $17,000 depending on your requirements, can handle anything from chiming the hour to a full carillon – and the volume can even be turned down when the heathen lying abed complain about the noise: the robot priest that can say the Mass and hear confessions.

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