Elements of Tape Recorder Circuits - Vintage Info

“Elements of Tape Recorder Circuits” by Herman Burstein and Henry C. Pollak (1957, 224 pages), published by Gernsback Library Inc.

As you might guess from the title, this is a book on tape recorders. Excellent practical treatment, describing how tape recording works, and provides detailed circuit discussions for recording, equalization, bias, and playback.

If you're interested in understanding how vintage tape recorders work as well as how to service them then READ THIS BOOK!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 - Elements of a Tape Recorder
Chapter 2 - Characteristics of a High-Quality Tape Amplifier
Chapter 3 - Head Characteristics
Chapter 4 - Tape Characteristics
Chapter 5 - Bias Current
Chapter 6 - Equalization Requirements
Chapter 7 - Equalization Circuits
Chapter 8 - Oscillators
Chapter 9 - Record-Level Indicators
Chapter 10 - Minimizing Noise and Hum

The original book was scanned and converted into this digital book in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. In order to view this file you will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer.

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