Rotating Digital Audio Tape. A digital recording process where the read/write heads are rotating on a cylider with the tape passing around the cylider at an angle. This allows higher frequencies to be recorded in a smaller physical space on the tape. Current video tape formats use the same method (although most record an analog waveform). see DAT; Digital
The abbreviation for Rotary-Head Digital Audio Tape. An industry standard digital audio recording format based around a compact tape cassette that's even smaller than a conventional audio cassette. Generally used for stereo mixdown and CD mastering. More commonly known as DAT.
Same as DAT.
see DAT (rotary head digital audio tape recorder )
Short for the name Rotating Head Digital Audio Tape, a standard format of recording digital audio on a very small tape cassette, using a rotating head.
Short for the name Rotating Head Digital Audio Tape. - Category: Manufacture of Gear