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Mystery - does anyone here translate Italian?

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Here is what Google Translate gives me:

this is the mark that marks CBS quadraphonic discs. Quadrifonic sound is the result of the most up-to-date research of the CBS electronic laboratories. The masterpieces of classical music and the greatest hits of light music on CBS quadrifonic discs.

As to whether it helps to decide if the single is quad, I doubt it...
 

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That was the standard Italian CBS-and-Related label banter used on the back sleeve about the availability of Quadraphonic Lp. Lots of singles with that back-sleeve, none of them quad.
BTW, label does clearly say "stereo" (at 3 o'clock, last line).

Here's some other examples quickly found in Discogs




 
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