a component of an audio system for playing tapes, using an external amplifier and speakers.
a tape recording unit in a hi-fi system
the platform supporting the spools, cassettes, or cartridges of a tape recorder, incorporating the motor or motors that drive them and the playback, recording, and erasing heads
noun, Computers. 1. a program-controlled device that reads data from or writes data on a magnetic tape which moves past a read-write head. noun 1. (computing) a device for reading from or writing to magnetic tape
- Tape echo
noun 1. a means of delaying the repeat of a sound by adjusting the time lapse between the recording and playback heads of a tape recorder Also called tape slap
noun 1. the process of putting the various segments of a master video or audio tape into a predetermined sequence: usually done electronically.
noun 1. a freshwater plant, Vallisneria spiralis, that has long, ribbonlike leaves and grows under water. noun 1. any of several submerged freshwater plants of the genus Vallisneria, esp V. spiralis, of warm temperate regions, having ribbon-like leaves: family Hydrocharitaceae