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  The DCC900 - Digital Compact Cassette
DCC tapes use high-quality materials not found in normal audio cassettes.
DCC digital cassettes can be used in a variety of settings to make many very good recordings.
Digital Compact Cassette: General information on the DCC format.
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 Philips Sound & Vision: New technologies - Digital Compact Cassette
DCC is the marriage of compact cassette to Digital Audio, forming a union that combines perfect sound and high convenience with even greater versatility.
DCC is available to the customer as a total system package, including decks from a range of manufacturers, and blank cassettes as well as cassettes pre-recorded on leading music labels.
DCC cassettes are provided with cases, which provide additional protection for the cassette and space for extra information such as a booklet.
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 The DCC 130 - Digital Compact Cassette
The Digital Compact Cassette (DCC) format was designed to allow users to record and play digital DCC tapes, as well as remain compatible with analog cassettes.
The advantage of the DCC format was that the sound quality of the digital tapes far surpassed that of analog cassettes, and the DCC format itself was capable of sounding equal to or better than an audio CD.
The DCC130 was a play-only DCC portable, and was an attempt by Philips to satisfy the public's desire for a portable DCC unit.
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 Compact Cassette Summary
Digital audio tape (DAT) and its recorders, which became widely available in the United States in 1990, and digital compact cassettes (DCC), introduced for consumer use in 1992, provide the amateur audiophile with the ability to make a tape copy that is an exact reproduction of original sounds rather than just an approximation.
The compact audio cassette medium for audio storage was introduced in Europe by Philips in 1963, and in USA in 1964, under the trademark name Compact Cassette.
Cassettes were also a boon to people wishing to tape concerts (unauthorized or authorized) for sale or trade, a practice tacitly or overtly encouraged by many bands with a more counterculture bent such as the Grateful Dead.
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 AllRefer.com - digital compact cassette Information
Digitally recorded audio cassette that is roughly the same size as a standard cassette.
A DCC player has a stationary playback and recording head similar to that in ordinary tape decks, though the tape used is chrome videotape.
DCC machines were launched in the UK in 1992, with some 500 pre-recorded tapes to go with them.
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 Digital Compact Cassette   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Digital Compact Cassette (DCC) equipment was introduced by Philips, to the U.K. market, in October 1992.
The first DCC's were released, in the U.K., on the 9th.
Quo's "Rocking All Over The Years" album was included in the first batch of releases but the format never really caught on.
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 DCC définition DCC
DCC : "Digital Compact Cassette", cassette audio-numérique créée par Philips.
DCC définition DCC, DCC définiton de DCC : Définition DCC : DCC : "Digital Compact Cassette", cassette audio-numérique créée par Philips.
DCC définition DCC, Que signifie DCC dans le contexte informatique et du multimédia
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 Digital Compact Cassette
DCC (Digital Compact Cassette) is one of the two.
While prerecorded and blank DCC tapes share the same size and relative shape of conventional cassettes, they are more immune to adverse environmental effects because a sliding sheet of aluminum covers the openings of DCC tape shells when not in use.
Digital compact cassette decks share many features with conventional cassette decks and DAT decks as well as compact disc players.
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 The Digital Compact Cassette   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Philips introduced the DCC at the start of the 90s as a rival to the DAT; like the DAT information on the tape is digitally recorded.
There was initially a lot of interest, as the format had the advantage of being compatible with conventional analogue compact cassette players, interest was, however short lived and Phillips discontinued the format in 1996
Digital Compact Cassette A reproduction of the original Phillips webpage on the format.
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 Recordable digital media   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In a conventional cassette the tape itself remains inside the case and the head is pressed against it.
Phillips produced the DCC (Digital Compact Cassette) which is effectively a digital update of the most popular music format in the world - the CC (compact cassette) and was specifically designed to be backwardly compatible with it’'s predecessor.
The DCC uses a CIRC error correction code (same as the CD) but also interleaves the data on the tape in a chequerboard pattern so as to effectively turn burst errors into random errors.
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 A History of Magnetic Audio Tape: researched and compiled by D. Cook
The stereophonic tapes -- which bore a striking resemblance to modern cassettes, but three times larger -- held two one-hour stereo programs, and a 1958 catalog of tapes (mostly fictitious) was released.
This technology was intended to be a step up from the analog cassette, and DCC players were indeed able to play the traditional analog cassette.
However, this close cousin to the Digital Audio Tape was short-lived, and in October of 1996, Philips discontinued manufacturing DCC for home use.
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 Digital Compact Cassette Gear (especially car unit)
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