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On the Signal Format for the Improved Professional Use 2 Channel Digital Audio Recorder

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The stationary head 2-channel digital audio recorder with tape-cut editing has been well received by professional users ever since it was introduced in 1980, mainly because of its extremely high reliability and high performance. To cope with the increasing demands for 2-channel analog audio, auxiliary functions, and so on, the authors have developed the improved signal format. The punch in/punch out, the optimum splice, and the electronic editing, etc., have been installed.

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