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Magnetic Digital Audio Recording: A Realistic Look at an Emerging Technology
The general considerations towards the design of Magnetic Digital Audio Recorders are presented and a typical block diagram is explained.: Some areas of hardware implementation which are considered state-of-the-art are discussed to provide the potential user with a realistic understanding of what will limit the performance specifications of digital audio recorders.: Certain machine operating requirements which the author feels are necessary for the general acceptance of digital recorders are presented to show their dependence upon the recorders basic signal and tape formats.
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