Who is the inventor of the first tape recorder?

Answer Magnetic tape recording was conceived in 1878 by Oberlin Smith, a mechanic from America. However, it wasn't until 1898 that Danish inventor Valdemar Poulsen demonstrated the first actual tape recor... Read More »

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Is there a tape recorder or?

I'd buy a basic stethoscope and attach the tubing to a small microphone. Take pictures while making the recording. If your camera can record movies with sound, just tape the end of the tubing in pl... Read More »

Can a VHS and a DVD recorder still tape TV?

Yes, DVD recorders and VHS recorders can still tape TV. DVD recorders can record clear and crisp images. VHS tape recorders can also record television programs, but the images do not produce the ... Read More »

Who is the inventor of electrical tape?

The inventors of electrical tape were Esther E. Eastwold, Ralph J. Oace and Robert Burns Snell. The three scientists worked for 3M when they created what they referred to as electrical tape in 1946... Read More »

What Is a Digital Tape Recorder?

A digital tape recorder is also known as a digital voice recorder. Like its predecessor the standard or micro cassette recorderm it can record voice or sounds by turning on the record function and ... Read More »