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diagram of the recording and playback hardware in an analog audio tape recorder/player.
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Digital Audio Tape Digital audio tape (DAT) is magnetic recording tape on which binary digital data can be recorded. In digital audio recording, tape noise is practically eliminated because such noise is analog in nature. Some electronic noise is generated in the analog amplification stages following D/A conversion, but this is minimal compared with the noise generated in older, fully analog systems. The reduced noise in DAT equipment provides more true-to-life reproduction than is possible with analog methods. With DAT, multigeneration copies can be made with practically no degradation in audio fidelity. The reason for this is the same as the reason a computer can repeatedly read and overwrite data on a magnetic disk. On DAT, the bits are represented by distinct magnetized regions on the tape. While analog signals are fuzzy in the sense that they vary continuously, digital signals are crisp. Imperfections in the recording apparatus, the tape itself, and the pickup head affect digital signals less than they affect analog signals. Digital signal processing can eliminate the minute flaws that creep into a digital signal each time it is recorded and played back. Vinyl Disk Vinyl disks were superseded years ago by CDs and Internet downloads, but some audiophiles are still intrigued by vinyl. Some vinyl disks, and the turntables that can play them, have attained considerable value as collectors items. The main trouble with vinyl is that it can be physically damaged by even the slightest mishandling. Electrostatic effects can produce noise when the humidity is low, as in alpine or far northern regions in the winter. Vinyl disks require a turntable that spins at speeds of 33 and 45 revolutions per minute (rpm). There are various drive systems. These are called rim drive, belt drive, and direct drive. The best type is a matter of individual taste because there are various factors to consider, such as cost, audio quality, ruggedness, and durability.
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As hi-fi equipment becomes more sophisticated and complex, the circuits become more susceptible to interference from outside sources, particularly electromagnetic (EM) fields. This problem is known as electromagnetic interference (EMI). Sometimes it is called radio-frequency interference (RFI). If a radio transmitter is operated near a hi-fi stereo system, the radio signals can be intercepted by the hi-fi wiring and peripherals, and delivered to the amplifier. Unshielded interconnecting cables act as radio receiving antennas. This problem is exacerbated if any of the connecting cables happen to resonate at the operating frequency of the radio transmitter. In the hi-fi amplifier, the RF currents are rectified, causing changes in the audio gain. Sometimes the signal data can be heard in the speakers or headset. In most cases when EMI takes place in a hi-fi setup, the fault exists in the stereo system design, not in the radio transmitter. The transmitter system is merely doing its job: generating and radiating electromagnetic signals! Several steps can be taken when installing a stereo hi-fi system to minimize the likelihood that EMI will occur:
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If you have an amateur or citizens band (CB) radio station in your house and it causes EMI to your hi-fi system, perform these additional steps: Locate the radio transmitting antenna as far from the hi-fi equipment as possible. Use the lowest possible transmitter output power that will ensure reliable communications. Unfortunately, EMI problems can sometimes prove nigh impossible to eliminate. This can be especially troublesome for amateur and CB radio operators when it damages relations with neighbors. In these cases, old-fashioned diplomacy may work better than engineering-based attempts at resolution.
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