Helical-scan video cassette system using 19mm tape (U-matic H format)
19mm螺旋扫描盒式磁带录像系统(U-matic H 格式)
FM audio recording of helical-scan video tape cassette system using 12.65mm magnetic tape on type VHS
Generic specification for the transport mechanism of VHS video tape recorders
General specification for audio/control heads of VHS video tape recorders
General specification for full track erasing heads of VHS video tape recorders
Helical-scan video tape cassette system using 12.65mm magnetic tape on type VHS-Compact VHS video cassette
Helical-scan video-tape cassette system using 19mm magnetic tape ,known as U-format
Helical-scan video tape cassette system using 12.65mm magnetic tape on type VHS
Reels for 25.4mm video magnetic tape
The recording and exchange of broadcasting programs (magnetic tape sound recording)
The recording and exchange of television programmes on 25.4mm video tape
Test method for adhesion to substrate of plastics gravure printing inks with tape
Loaded tape into the recorder.
Mechanical standardization of semiconductor devices--Part 5: Recommendations applying to tape automated bonding (TAB)of integrated circuits
Reproduce music from magnetic tape
No, it isn′t John′s. That′s my tape recorder.
Magnetic tape sound recording and reproducing systems-General conditions and requirements
deck ,magnetic tape ,sound-recording and reproducing
word processing equipment with punched tape
Break off the plastic tabs on the cassette tape after recording, with a screwdriver or other pointed tool.
Measuring methods for characteristics of monophonic broadcast tape recorders
video tape cassette recording
1.A cassette or reel containing magnetic tape for recording.
‘he inserted a _tape_ in the recorder’
‘The church is without an organist and the congregation sings along to _taped_ recordings of hymns, which is fine when the right _tapes_ are inserted.’
2.A narrow strip of material, typically used to hold or fasten something.
‘a reel of _tape_ ’
‘a dirty apron fastened with thin _tapes_ ’
3.A recording on a cassette or reel.
‘a _tape_ of a radio talk’
‘Most of the time I would listen to the radio rather than _tapes_ .’
4.A strip of material stretched across the finishing line of a race, to be broken or dislodged by the winner.
‘If they survived that, and the ceremony, the newlyweds were required to hold the winning _tape_ for a race among villagers along the main street.’
‘As the race nears the _tape_ they are both on their feet, hollering.’
5.A strip of material used to mark off an area or form a notional barrier.
‘A car accident on the road leading to Tarn Hows earlier this month led to police placing an accident notice, four bollards and highly-visible blue and white police _tape_ .’
‘Blue and white _tape_ sealed off a 75-yard area of Roundhay Road leading to the junction with Harehills Lane.’
6.A strip of paper or plastic coated with adhesive and sold in a roll, used to stick things together.
‘secure the bandage with _tape_ ’
‘double-sided sticky _tape_ ’
7.A tape measure.
‘Measure the distance with a _tape_ .’
‘Using the clinometer, the spot on the trunk that is at eye level is identified and the distance from the eye to the level point on the trunk is measured with a _tape_ or laser rangefinder.’
8.Long, narrow flexible material with magnetic properties, used for recording sound, pictures, or computer data.
‘they put four songs on _tape_ ’
‘From the 1950s until the end of the 1990s radio programmes were stored on large reels of _tape_ which were kept in bulky boxes.’
1.Fasten or attach (something) with adhesive tape.
‘a note _taped_ to the fridge’
‘We found him _taping_ pictures to every classroom door on the first floor.’
2.Record (sound or pictures) on audio or video tape.
‘it is not known who _taped_ the conversation’
‘He demands quiet in the house while he _tapes_ all his LPs with his new _tape_ recorder.’
3.Seal or mark off an area or thing with tape.
‘they _taped_ off an area round the scene of the explosion’
‘The car park’s entrance and exit roads were _taped_ off, with motorists who wanted to use it being asked to go elsewhere.’
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