Re: DAT-PC hookup (Jont Allen )

Subject: Re: DAT-PC hookup
From:    Jont Allen  <jba(at)RESEARCH.ATT.COM>
Date:    Tue, 26 Sep 1995 14:47:21 -0400

Reply-To: bst(at) Cc: bst(at), jba(at), auditory(at), "Steven M. Boker" <smb3u(at)KIPTRON.PSYC.VIRGINIA.EDU>, Dan Freed <dfreed(at)SONIC.COM>, Malcolm Slaney <malcolm(at)INTERVAL.COM>, Ken Ferens <ferens(at)EE.UMANITOBA.CA> From: Brent Townshend <bst(at)> > Has anyone interfaced a DAT player with a PC to transfer digital > recordings directly to hard disk? The few studio-quality DAT players > that I have looked into are not configured to make the task easy (e.g., > there is no RS-232 port). I would like to hear about successes > and failures. > > - Mark > mpitt(at) My company sells a product, DAT-Link, which is designed just for this. It connects to a workstation or PC's SCSI port on one side and the AES/EBU, SPDIF, or Fiberoptic connections on a DAT, CD, MD, or DCC deck. You can then move audio to and from your hard disk. You can take a look at our web site; or send me e-mail for more details. -Brent ----------------------------------------------------------------- Brent Townshend Internet: bst(at) Townshend Computer Tools Applelink: TCT Canada: 10 Ontario West, #502 Phone: +1.514.289.9123 Montreal, Quebec, H2X 1Y6 FAX: +1.514.844.3217 USA: 1040 Noel Drive, #102 Phone: +1.415.328.7250 Menlo Park, CA 94025 FAX: +1.415.328.8866

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