Maxell UR-90 Blank Audio Cassette Tape - 7 Pack (108575)
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- Optimally designed for voice recording
- Low Noise surface provides a suitable media for music
- Total recording time per cassette tape is 90 minutes or 45 minutes per side
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- Brand Name: Unknown
- Model Number: 108575
- Write Speed: 1x
- Media Type: Cassette, Cassette;
- Size: MAXELL 108575 Normal Bias Audio Tapes (7 pk)
From the Manufacturer
Blank Audio Cassette Tape
The Maxell UR-90 normal bias cassette tape is optimally designed for voice recording, its low noise surface provides a suitable media for music as well.
Total recording time per cassette tape is 90 minutes or 45 minutes per side. Seven cassette tapes included in one package.
Established in the United States in 1969, Maxell Corporation of America, a technology and marketing leader, is a full line supplier of OEM and consumer batteries, lenses, and digital media products for the consumer, professional and data storage markets.
The company also offers a full line of electronics care and maintenance products, along with storage products and a well-known brand of headphones, iPOD/MP3 peripherals and speakers. In addition, Maxell supplies industrial batteries for Advanced Meter Infrastructure and Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems, as well as cellular phones and power tools.
Top Customer Reviews
If you pay the Amazon price of $6.99 for the package of seven tapes you spend roughly 99 cents per tape and that's very inexpensive. The tapes allow you hours upon hours of listening enjoyment because you can record over them many times; and they take up very little room so they're easy to carry around with you.
Unfortunately, these tapes cannot produce the same quality recording reproduction as a digitalized copy would give you. This means that if, hypothetically, you were to copy a CD-R onto another CD-R instead of a Maxell cassette tape, the quality of the sound on the CD-R copy would be sharper and clearer with less background noise than a Maxell cassette tape or any other brand of cassette tape could give you. Maxell also manufactures higher quality cassette tapes including the Maxell XL-II. Moreover, cassette tapes can break if not handled with care. They can also break if used a few too many times, too. Therefore, I recommend that any important recorded material should be copied onto another blank tape and then keep that second tape in a safe place to use as a backup. These shortcomings frustrate me and therefore I will have to take off one star to make this a four star review.Read more ›
While the technology is in it's twilight years,the format has benefitted from massive R&D over the years.
This has resulted in superior tape formulations,even in the low end.
This tape was a perfect match for my Sony tape recorder and several of my vintage decks.
In fact, the sound was so clear and bright I could not believe it was a normal bias tape.
And it is cheap.
Buy it you'll like it!
It's time for the cassette to make a comeback!
I have cassette tapes that are still good--one is from the 1960's when I appeared on the Johnny Carson TV show. Others I used in marathon crash courses in the 1980's--they are still as good now as when I recorded on them. Thank you amazon.com for making them available for purchase...very few stores stock them and I am happy to know that I can buy them from amazon.com
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Maxwell is an excellent product, and it proves it time and again.Published 9 days ago by Richard Naylor
Worth It! GREAT price, great quality. Needed cassettes to re-record music from the 90's. Wow.........that time flew by... ha ha ha.Published 11 days ago by WorthItorNot