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Video or audio input for recording purposes, other than the inbuilt tuner. Azimuth. The relative angle between the head gap and the signal track is normally 90°. Back tension. Mechanical 'drag' applied to supply spool a transistor) during play or fast forward to(ofkeep tape taut, and maintain TERMS- video recording 49 correct head/tape contact. Achieved on VHS by selfregulating brake band across supply spool. Belt. Normally rubber, either flat or square in VHS systems. Betamax. A video tape format engineered by Sanyo, Sony, Toshiba etc.
Single record/playback head for linear recording of the audio signal. Audio track. A portion of the video tape used to record the audio signal. In VHS 1mm wide at the top of the tape. At present linearly recorded. Auxiliary input. Video or audio input for recording purposes, other than the inbuilt tuner. Azimuth. The relative angle between the head gap and the signal track is normally 90°. Back tension. Mechanical 'drag' applied to supply spool a transistor) during play or fast forward to(ofkeep tape taut, and maintain TERMS- video recording 49 correct head/tape contact.
End sensors. System of detecting start and end of tape. Usually optical. Equalisation. Correction by filters or selective gain control to achieve flat record or playback frequency response. Erase. The removal of magnetic information prior torerecording. May be full erase (whole tape width) or audio erase (audio track only). Erase head (see Erase). Head may be greater than tape width (full erase) or narrower (1mm audio erase). 52 TERMS -video recording Fast forward. Rapid tape transport - the same direction as play, which transfers tape from supply to take-up spool.