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
Facts About Maxell UR 90 Normal Bias Blank Audio Recording Cassette Tape, Low Noise, 90 Minute Recording Time, 5 Pack
Yes, these are the full-size cassettes you would use in a regular tape deck.
There are five (5) 90 minute tapes in each pack. 45 minutes per side.
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These are 90 minute tapes. At least ours are. There are many sellers so I can’t speak for everyone, but this item UPC is for the 90 minute version.
I don’t think so? These are audio cassettes tapes not video tapes. If your Sony SC-d372 is a video recorder you’ll have to get video cassette tape like a VHS tape. Audio tape cassettes won’t work to my knowledge. Hope this helps
It is a cassette tape for a Walkman. It is not an MP3 tape
Hello and thank you for your inquiry. Yes these tapes will work with any cassette player or recorder.
Ferric, I think
Yes they are
These are type 1 tapes. If you have a good cassette deck with automatic bias or manual fine tune bias that you set right they sound like the source.
they are cassettes for a tape recorder… to record music, talking… don’t think they would work in a camcorder… but ask Maxell… the must have a customer service # … hope they work for you.
Yes each tape has its own case. I’m unsure if they are called jewel cases like CDs but, they are little clear hinged plastic cases.
Product is sealed but should have space to write in song titles.
There are many different ways to record music on a cassette. First, you must have a cassette deck recorder.
I really don’t understand the question. Have good support for what? Those are cassette tapes.
Info About Maxell UR 90 Normal Bias Blank Audio Recording Cassette Tape, Low Noise, 90 Minute Recording Time, 5 Pack (Reviews From Amazon)
My dad which was a WWII vet did a home town heroes radio interview so I have his recorded voice so I can still listen to him even tho he passed in 2017. I got the idea of recording my mom telling a story of our family history so it won’t be lost for the future + I’ll still have a recording of her voice to listen to after she is gone bc I think when our loved one pass we can tend to forget what they sounded like. Wish I’d done this with my grand parents while they were still here. Of course it makes me cry to hear my dad’s voice but it’s comforting at the same time. I think this is a good idea for any one to do. I don’t have a smart phone so I bought a recorder to use these cassett tapes to record with, maybe old school tech but it does still work!
I had no idea these were even made anymore & needed a recorder to help out on my job. Found a recorder put back in my closet from years ago & searched for blank cassette tapes and found they do still make them. Shipment was fast with prime, just what i wanted. Also good for playing music or voice lesson help so you can hear what you sound like. My little grandson, who has everything, was amazed at my cassette recorder. He and I played radio station, like I did when I was a little girl, taping songs off the radio and pretending we were radio disc jockeys. Good tapes. Just what I was looking for!
The ferric-oxide tape used in Maxell UR, made for Maxell in Indonesia by Panggung performs fairly well on most decks. Recordings exhibit low noise levels with few dropouts. Maximum output level is average, you can’t drive levels too high without hitting distortion. Cassette shell quality is good but not like 1980s-era Maxell shells. Sadly, Maxell has discontinued these tapes, though in Japan a new generation Maxell UR is being offered. If you can buy these commonplace Maxell UR cassettes for a fair price, these are as good as any cassettes made in the 2010s.
Lol, they’re tapes. My BF is letting me use his old four track for some goofy music I’m trying to make. I bought a brick of tapes. They did exactly what tapes have always done. No surprises. As far as technical aspects, I don’t know anything about that. I wanted tapes to record me making sounds that one might mistake for music. Someone who listened to it mistook what I recorded as music. There ya go.
I still use cassettes to record vinyl albums so I can listen to them in rooms without a turntable. Yeah, I could stream, but many think albums have a certain sound quality that is hard to beat, hence my still recording analog to analog here in 2021. Cassettes were great, especially toward the tail end of the era around 2006, but now Type II are no longer being made and new Type I tapes are getting scarce. These are the last ones being made. There are some specialty manufacturers stepping in to keep making Type I tapes such as NAC, RTM and FOX, and thankfully so. But these Maxell UR tapes are fine, giving a nice recording when done right. For those of you still in the cassette game, these are highly recommended.
What’s a cassette? A question you may get from anyone under the age of 20 if they see these. But for those of us a bit older (ok maybe more than a bit) cassettes were a big part of our youth and how we consumed music in our walkmans, boom boxes and cars. Even after the CD came along most people (myself included) made cassettes to keep in the car.
Fast forward to today’s world of instant music via streaming. Why mess with cassettes? Because they are nostalgic and fun! If you have recently picked up a used cassette player or still have one from back in the day that works and are looking to make some mix tapes again, these fit the bill perfectly. No, they are not the high quality sound 80s/90s Maxell CrO2/Metal tapes that were made in Japan. Those simply aren’t made anymore and you will pay ridiculous prices to acquire a brick of them that someone has stored for 30 years. BUT these tapes are very good for the money and sound great. They are 45 minutes per side for 90 minutes total. Perfect for making analog recordings of those old records. If you are wanting to revisit the cassette format and want good sound quality new cassettes for a reasonable price, these are the ones to get.
My title is in response to the product not the person using it, nor the person speaking; if it’s being used to record a speech or sermon…
I used the product many years ago, when taping messages or lectures were very much needed. The sound quality is still great, the price a little pricy for the amount you recieve; but, I guess it has been raised due to inflation, along with everything else.
I recommend this product, if you are looking to take something with you to refresh your memory and/or to make sure you didn’t miss anything important. Don’t forget to order the recoder at the same time, because one of them may be delayed, as this is a new hot commodity.
I actually bought these for my 90-year-old grandpa, who records music but never quite made it out of the cassette era. He’s been making music for over 60 years, and loves these tapes because they yield the best sound quality of any he’s used. I can verify that, too–I have listened to them. The quality is excellent. When he asks me for more tapes (his computer abilities are very limited), I know he will request these maxwell tapes every time, because they’re his favorite. They’re mine, too. I intend to use them for some recording of my own in the not-so-distant future. 🙂
These are type I (ferric) tapes. Though there are better options in metal and chrome for audio, these are perfect for storing data if you’re into vintage computing and gaming. I use these to store programs in my Commodore 64. They write and read reliably, and with a 90 minute playtime have plenty of room for storage. They came still sealed in their original shrink wrap, so they were all still in factory fresh condition. You’d swear they had just been made yesterday. Even the plastic of the cassettes is still crystal clear.
I love the clean transparent look of these tapes. I love the fact that despite their age they function well generally speaking. These are not the premium metal tapes. These tapes are just common rust on a plastic strip type recording material. That said on a vintage tape deck from the 1970’s that is properly refurbished the tapes sound fantastic. I’m a nut I brought over $1000 worth of these tapes so I’d have them if the remaining companies cease production.
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