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Digital Audio Cassette Recorder with Built-In VHS Video Tape Mechanism in a Single Unit
The SV-P100 PCM cassette recorder with a remarkably high performance has been developed with a digital signal processing technique. It offers the following features over and above a conventional PCM processor using a home-use VTR as the recording/reproduction medium: 1) Full range of functions thanks to new construction integrated with a full-logic control VHS tape mechanism, and 2) high performance and high-level functions combined with compact size and low cost thanks to introduction of LSIs (2 MOS types, 1 bipolar type) for PCM digital signal processing, and analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters. The basic design has been carried out in consideration for future facilities for professional use. These include a digital editing equipment and other accessories for PCM digital systems.
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