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Chapters 3 through 9 introduce the student to particular kinds of equipment: transducers (primarily microphones and speakers in Chapter 3); digital and signal processors and control equipment (Chapter 4); amplifiers, attenuators, mixers, and filters (Chapter 6); various displays--CRTs, oscilloscopes, plotters, and recorders (Chapter 7); analogue and digital tape recorders (Chapter 8); and sound level meters (Chapter 9).
The Dataview adapter links Onyx to external digital tape recorders, such as D1 and D5, to produce a highly reliable data recording medium with low tape storage cost.
the Dutch consumer electronics giant, recently teamed with other firms to develop a digital tape recorder that uses a digital compact cassette Philips believes will soon become the industry standard.
Loral Fairchild Systems (LFS), the ATARS supplier, provided a medium altitude electro-optical (MAEO) subsystem, a digital tape recorder and a reconnaissance management system for the demonstration flight.
This interface provides Digidesign Session 8 PC customers with eight channels of simultaneous digital audio transfer between an Alesis ADAT(R) multitrack digital tape recorder and a Digidesign digital audio workstation by using the ADAT's on-board optical interface.
Studer Revox is recognized for the high quality and reliability of its professional products which include analog and digital tape recorders, mixing consoles, switching systems, digital audio workstations, professional compact disc players and recorders and turnkey broadcasting studios.
Studer Revox was founded in 1948 and is known for the high quality and reliability of its professional products which include analog and digital tape recorders, mixing consoles, switching systems, digital audio workstations, professional compact disc players and recorders and turnkey broadcasting studios.