(Pierre Divenyi )

From:    Pierre Divenyi  <marva4!pdivenyi(at)UCDAVIS.EDU>
Date:    Wed, 3 Aug 1994 16:10:59 PDT

Dear Auditory People, I have a technical problem which, I am sure, several among you have encountered and solved to your satisfaction. I would like to acquire a digital audio tape unit (DAT) and interface it to a PC-style computer running either straight DOS or Windows. As a minimum requirement, this interface should allow positioning the tape at a given address (time mark or time position), and activating the play/record/stop functions. Optimally, the tape should be used as a digital input-output device. The question is twofold: (1) What are the DAT's on the market that come with a computer interface (we have found only one, the Panasonic SV-3900, priced at 2k++) and where could I find them? (2) What software packages/interfaces are there to talk to the DAT? Thank you for your help. Pierre Divenyi

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