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A Format of Stationary-Head Digital Audio Recorder Covering Wide Range of Application
A format is developed for stationary head digital audio recorder. The channel number covers from two (1/4-in tape) to 48 (1-in tape). The nominal speeds are settled as 30, 15, and 7.5 IPS, and the tracks assigned for one channel are different as one, two, and four accordingly. While the basic electronic boards are kept as same in any speed. A strong error correction is adopted for protection from dust, scratches, and finger prints, as well as smooth punch in-/out and tape-splice editing.
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