record head

record head

[ri′kȯrd ‚hed]
(electronics)

record head

A device that writes a signal on tape. Some tape drives and all disk drives use a combination read/write head.
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May 16, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Record Head, a new and used electronics and media shop in West Allis, WI is now selling used tablets and offering desktop and laptop computer repair.
Record Head will also custom build computers to a user's specifications.
If a patron has a hard to acquire piece of electronics or media, Record Head pays top dollar for it.
Record Head sells all of their products at competitive prices and guarantees the lowest price for all products.
For more information about Record Head, please visit their website at recordhead.
April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to press inquiries, Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE: EK) confirmed today it has received a decision from the Japanese patent office granting a patent for a magnetic recording system invented by Kodak which utilizes a record head with a small effective magnetic gap length.
Its client base includes most of the top 10 semiconductor manufacturers and equipment and materials suppliers as well as leaders in nano-technology, MEMS, thin film record heads, magnetic media, flat panel displays, and solar panels.
Its client base includes most of the top 10 semiconductor manufacturers and equipment and materials suppliers as well as leaders in thin film record heads, magnetic media, flat panel displays, and solar panels.