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  4. Apr 24,  · The metal-formulated audio cassette hit the scene near the end of the s, as the answer to a number of problems with previous tape formulations. The standard ferric-oxide (Type I) tape had typically rendered poor high frequency definition, with pervasive noise, meaning a woolly sound without much presence or zing except where you didn’t want.
  5. May 26,  · Sometime in the s, when Cabbage Patch Fever was at a high (anyone remember that?) they came out with an album (well, I had the cassette tape). Anyway, I .
  6. Feb 01,  · In this *Beginners Introduction to Compact Cassette* - I'm using Metal Tapes and Dolby S for the first time to see if a cassette tape really can sound 'almost as good as .
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  8. May 17,  · Type I, Type II, and Type IV. But no Type III But back in the mists of time, there actually was a Type III audio cassette. Living a fairly obscure life for a relatively short period between the mid s and the early s, the ferro-chrome, or ferrichrome tape, was the format that never really made it into the golden era of the compact.

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