audiocassette

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a cassette for audiotape

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Then, in 1969, Ray Dolby patented his noise suppression system and all compact cassettes became standard.
Sony's MD also had rivals for consumers' affection: Digital Compact Cassette, which was being pushed by Dutch electronics giant Philips, and Digital Audio Tape.
Recordable and digital, it's the future of the compact cassette.
Volkwein said that Philips has no plans for a major relaunch of Digital Compact Cassette (DCC), the digital tape format that it developed and launched three years ago to great fanfare, but with little success.
Yes, digital compact cassette players sound better than compact disc players, but when you already own 300 compact discs, the last thing you want to hear is that you now need to replace them with 300 compact cassettes.
The audio cassette--and the Digital Compact Cassette.
install (two) three zone compact cassette ceiling mount air conditioning ductless mini-spilt systems with an minimum cooling capacity of 18,000 btu~s per hr.
The adaptor also accommodates MiniDisc and Digital Compact Cassette players.
But across the table sits Sony's rival, Philips Electronics, which has rolled out an alternative called Digital Compact Cassette, developed jointly with Matsushita.
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.
5-inch form-factor and 8-mm compact cassette, the Sony AIT Library 152 achieves high-density (GB per cubic) recording and is designed for stand-alone or 19-inch 5u rackmount configuration for easy installation into standard-sized data centers.
By recording on DVCPRO HD's high-density 1/4-inch tape, the AJ-HDC27A provides 46 minutes of high-quality HD images with 720p effective scanning lines onto a single compact cassette at a 100Mbps video recording rate.
Entertainment features include digital videodisc and laser disc players, two VCRs, two digital compact cassette players, five external video cameras and a mix of two 21-inch monitors and seven 10.
Past winners have included Polacolor film (1963), the flashcube (1965), the automated teller machine (1973), the halogen lamp (1974), the fax machine (1975), the liquid crystal display (1980), the touch-sensitive screen and color graphics printer (1986), the Kodak Photo CD (1991), the Nicoderm antismoking patch (1992), the digital compact cassette (1993), Taxol anticancer drug (1993), and the Power Beat automotive battery (1994).
1971 In Willstatt: the first compact cassette with chromium dioxide