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The Maxell UR-90 Audio Cassette Tape is great for everyday recording. It has low noise surface which provides a suitable media for music and voice recording . The is 60 minutes of recording time or 30 minutes per side. This Cassette toe is ideal for personal and portable cassette players, includes protective case

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Whats the difference between type 1 and type 2 ?

These are IEC (International Electrotechnical Committee)
standards. They provide broad standards for all tapes,
and end the need to align a deck for an individual tape. … These are IEC (International Electrotechnical Committee)
standards. They provide broad standards for all tapes,
and end the need to align a deck for an individual tape.
Type 1 is for normal "iron oxide" tapes (Fe2O3), Type 2
is for high-bias "chromium oxide" tapes (CrO2), Type 3
(obsolete) is for FeCr (ferric chrome), and Type 4 is
for Fe (Metal). Type 2 tapes tend to be more expensive
than type 1, and type 4 tapes are the most expensive.
This is because type 2 tapes tend to have less noise and
flatter high frequency response than type 1, and type 4
tapes tend to have even flatter highs and even less noise.

Some Type 1 tapes are more expensive than other Type 2 tapes,
and may be worth the extra price. More expensive tapes come
in better shells, have better lubrication, fewer dropouts,
smoother frequency response, and better uniformity from tape
to tape. Even though the types imply a particular tape
formulations, the type really refers to the tape performance.
For example, some iron oxide tapes have an unusual oxide
formulation with very small grains that conforms to the type
2 standard better than the type 1 standard. These tapes
will be labeled type 2, but may not have any chrome in them.

Most modern cassette recorders sense the tape type by the
holes in the back of the housing and adjust bias and
equalization to compensate for the differences. A few
top cassette recorders (the Revox and several Nakamichis)
automatically align to a particular tape by recording test
tones and then setting their own equalization.

In practice, each brand and model tape is slightly different.
For the very best recordings, adjust your recorder for the
tape you use most, or buy the tape which works best in your
recorder. Manufacturers adjust each recorder for a specific
tape at the factory. So the best tape might be the one
referenced in the recorder owner’s manual. In a recording
studio, it is common to align the bias and equalization for
the specific tape used, and stick with that tape.

Taken from : http://stason.org/TULARC/entertainment/audio/general/14-24

How tapes are included in this pack?

As I recall, two blank tapes are included. At least that’s how many are on my computer desk.

What type of cassette is this ? Type 1? Type 2?

type 1

Are these the authentic brand?

As pictured, tiny print on 2-pack reads Imported by Maxell Corp of America NJ and Canada, assembled in Indonesia, Maxell limited lifetime warrant, see details inside (which I cannot, the audiocassettes are shrinkwrapped…) If there’s something specific I should look for on the package please send another query.

Do these tapes mess up and get all tangled up in the player? Or drag and play slow and speed up and spit film out everywhere??

I ordered these but was unable to use with the old tape recorders my elementary school owned. They just wouldn’t play at all – even though the recorders were in working condition!

Why can’t i get these cassettes to record on my new sony cd cassette player? i can get it to play a cassette, but not record.

It might be your cassette machine. There are also tabs at the edge of the cassette tape itself. Those tabs have to be in place. Otherwise, your machine won’t allow any type of recording.

Are these newly manufactured or are they old store stock?

It doesn’t say on the packaging. Most likely older stock.

Can these tapes be recorded over multiple times?

Yes they can be recorded over with no problem. Eventually, due to mechanical degradation of the tape surface, due to playback or recording over, there will be some degradation, but this is usually negligible until hundreds of passes have been made. BTW, video tapes are a different story, they usually show signs of re-r… Yes they can be recorded over with no problem. Eventually, due to mechanical degradation of the tape surface, due to playback or recording over, there will be some degradation, but this is usually negligible until hundreds of passes have been made. BTW, video tapes are a different story, they usually show signs of re-recording degradation after the first rerecording.

What is the dimensions of the cassette?

7.8 x 4.2 x 0.6 inches

Is this compatible with the Philips classic 388 recorder?

Hello and thank you for your interest. These cassettes are universal so can ve used to record on any cassette recorder regardless of the manufacture or make. Thank you.

Are these standard size?

Ours are "standard size" in the examples of a an old school boom box, or a car or home stereo. Ours are NOT micro cassettes for hand held pocket recorders.

Do these tapes have screws so they come apart?

Yes they did. Very small phillips head screws.

How many tapes you get per purchase?

You will receive 2 tapes. This listing is for 1 package of 2 tapes.

Will these play on a sony fm/am walkman (wm-fx323)?

Hello,

Yes, once you have recorded onto these blank tapes, you CAN then play them in your Walkman wm-fx323. Additionally, we stock nearly 10,000 different cassette tapes.

What is the sound quality like?

Good but not great (7.5 out of 10)

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Still having fun making my own tapes

Hard to find cassette tapes anymore…I like to keep these on hand as I still use my cassette player from time to time and like to make my own exercise tapes. I’ll remain old school until the player finally dies. Nothing against new technology, but if your electronics still work, why not use them until they don’t?

Fast seller. As shown and described exactly.

You receive 2 cassettes w A and B side’s. Remember to be on A side starting out.
Same as what originally was produced, remember cassette quality sound and you’ll most likely really like these.
Price point seems a bit high for 2 cassettes, but needed tapes immediately for legalities.
Arrived faster than scheduled.

Great item

Great product! Great seller. I bought these for my 12 year old who has an old stereo that he wanted to try to record stuff on. They upgraded the shipping so it came in much sooner than anticipated AND included a bonus blank tape!

I love Maxwell

Great for everyday recording, or for making your own mixtape for personal use.

Birthday gift

Good value. Bought for my niece who is obsessed with ‘old tech’. Lol her words, not mine. She recently got a cassette player and I bought her these so she could make mix tapes, remember those?

They arrived quickly and in good shape. I would buy again

Was glad to find these.

Sometimes difficult to find cassettes, so I was glad to find these & they work great.

Great bang for your buck, and rock on

I use this tape to record my recent show that I played lead guitar on. The sound quality was fantastic as well as the price of the tapes. I’m completely satisfied with my order.

The larger older cassettes

These are the larger older blank cassettes for the larger hard to find recorders

Does what it should do.

Great quality! I Can tell by its packaging alone—smooth, clear recording.

Megusta grabar mis canciones y es un producto muy bueno

Me agrada tener mi música del recuerdo en un caset porque este producto es de buena calidad selorecomiendo

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