99), a tasty little recorder using digital audio tape for crystal clear, CD-quality sound.
What does DAT stand for?
DAT stands for Digital Audio Tape
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 232 other meanings of DAT in our Acronym Attic
- Desk Appearance Ticket (summons issued to violator in lieu of arrest)
- Détachement Avancé des Transmissions (French: Advanced Signals Detachment)
- Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH (German Automobile Trust)
- Development Acceptance Test
- Development Around Transit
- Development Assist Test
- Diet As Tolerated
- Differential Aptitude Test
- Digital Analog Trunk (telecommunications)
- Digital Archive Tape
- Digitool Applied Technologies
- Dine About Town (San Francisco)
- Direct Access Technology
- Direct Access Trading
- Direct Antiglobulin Test
- Direct Antiglobulin Testing
- Direction of Arrival Tracking
- Directorate of Army Training (Canadian Armed Forces)
- Directorate of Labour Inspection (Norway)
- Disability Awareness Training
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Putting a notch into digital sound Digital audio tape offers the possibility of making crystal-clear copies of recordings, with none of the background hiss typically heard on tape.
The GR-DV1 is a true digital recorder; like its cousins digital audio tape (DAT) and MiniDisc (MD), Digital Video (DV) converts analog signals to digital computer bits and stores these bits on the tape.
4 MB/sec, along with the inherent complexity of the DDS format and consumer electronics heritage of 4mm digital audio tape technology.
The 7-to-1 input multiplexer allows the consumer to plug in 7 different digital consumer devices, including set-top boxes, mini-disc players, DVD players, CD players, Laser Disc players, digital audio tape and S/PDIF-based PCs.
The 7-to-1 S/PDIF receiver enables 7 different digital consumer devices, including mini disc, DVD, CD, Laser Disc and digital audio tape players as well as set-top boxes and PCs, to be plugged into a CS8415A-based audio/video receiver.
These include musical instrument effects processors, guitar pedals, low cost digital mixers, digital audio tape recorders and consumer and professional audio sound cards.
The parent company, founded in 1951, introduced Japan's first cassette tape recorder, was the first to manufacture digital audio tape (AT) products, and was first to market a recording headphone stereo.