magnetic recorder

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recorder consisting of equipment for making records on magnetic media

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Interestingly, one historian claims that a meeting between Smith and Thomas Edison, inventor of the phonograph, provided the inspiration for the magnetic recorder.
Europeans designed their magnetic recorders as office dictating machines or as tools for radio broadcasting.
A knowledge of the locations, sizes and orientations of magnetic domains is important for the production and understanding of all manner of magnetic devices, particularly magnetic recorders and magnetic memories.
Magnetic recorders are often designed by a modular approach that permits the storage of different data streams on separate tracks of a single physical media unit.