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Maxell UR90 Audio Tape 90min Blank Media Cassette (5pk)

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  • Maxell UR90 Audio Tape 90min Blank Media Cassette (5pk)
  • Media Type: Low noise
  • Number in Pack: 5
  • Play length (minutes): 90
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BrandMaxell
Item Weight281 g
Product Dimensions11 x 7.4 x 7 cm
Item model number124036
  
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ASINB0000C6YAQ
Best Sellers Rank 423 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight281 g
Date First Available1 Jan. 2003
  
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Maxell UR90 Audio Tape 90min Blank Media Cassette (5pk)

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5 x maxell ur90


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Than the Maxell UR is a safe bet.

What gets my gripe with media is you have no guarentee when it will inevitably "let go" - and the same with optical media, if they all do the same job, then why bother with unneccisary cosmetics and vouch for expensive media? They all do these same thing, but I digress.

Don't be put off if you hear reviewers suggesting that this is Maxell's lowest grade of cassette - Admittedly it is but the accuracy of sound reproduction is quite good infact for a cassette, and I use them for CD dubbing, and recording things off the radio and they do a fine job.

The fidelity isin't fantastic, but then again in the age of digital and of infinate data storage suggesting that is a bit outdated. But it is a bog-standard ferric tape, and just works at a cheap price, infact apart from a handful of manufacturers, it seems like Maxell are the only manufacturers producing cassettes now.

To compare them to Chrome cassettes are a bit like comparing domestic VHS tapes to SVHS tapes, one is slightly better than the other. Where crisper sound comes with ferric tapes, it is reflected in the price, but I could rival it against more expensive manufacturers as It's a bog standard ferric cassette, and although cassettes can be bought ten a penny from local charity shops, Maxell have been in this game for over 30 years, and have built up a nice reputation for doing so. They are usually one of the better brands for performance, and cost matching the more expensive rivals like Sony and TDK.

Infact, I still have some Maxells from 1990 and they still sound as sharp as when they were first played, despite having being dropped, abused, tape stretched by holding the pause button slightly... Etc. etc. They still sound phenominal.
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A bargain pack of what is becoming increasingly difficult to obtain
from high street outlets and therefore much welcomed by those of us who
still enjoy using equipment requiring cassettes.Recommended.
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They are selling these as 2 packs for just £1 in a well known high street chain, although you used to get 3 packs for the same price. Even so, they are still great value. I did some recording for the first time in years with some of these and after playing back, I (and other people) could hardly tell that it was a recording at all even though I recorded off old records.
Recording from higher quality sources such CD may show a bigger difference but these are amazing value and highly reccomended. Happily the cassette format is not dead yet.
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Cassette tape recording may be old hat but its still the simplest and quickest way to record a radio programme.
Have use Maxwell tapes for many years and whilst they do wear out eventually that's the only thing that could be said to go wrong.
Buy it, they are no better or worse than any other make and for the price you cannot go wrong.

Have to add upon on reflection that there is a problem with these tapes after a couple of months usage.
The tape continuously comes off the corner reels which require it to be threaded back on. This is not limited to one cassette but all of them. I can only conclude that these cassettes are of a result of a faulty manufacturing batch as this not reflective of past experience with Maxell.
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Considering these tapes are Maxell's cheapest they are a revelation,i have chrome type 2 types by Maxell and others and am amazed at how they perform on my Tascam CC- 222mk4 cd/cassette recorder which has no Dolby or other devices.the sound quality is astoundinding with astonishing dynamic range for the price which was £13:47 for 20 cassettes + free delivery.i have already re- ordered and have bought 65.these cassettes are every bit as good as I used to buy in the 80'sand seem to be even better quality both sonically and build of the cassette itself.There is no lack of highs,dynamic range etc and recording from Classic FM and other stations is simply superb.I have about 30 chrome 2 types both TDK and MAXELLbought at rip-off prices and see little or no benefit in sound quality,especially in the low end response,I have spent more time recording cassettes than CD'S (which are awesome on this Tascam machine) I have also bought the Tascam MD-CD1MK3 CD/player MD recorder and this is also amazing,I haven't got plenty of money I have had to wait while we brought up six children and then sell everything I own to afford such equipment but the sacrifice was worth it AND I've discovered that this set-up and these budget MAXELL cassettes give me amazing sound quality.i suggest everybody buys this product while at this knock-out price,these cassettes must be the bargain of a lifetime.go and buy now,I will be ordering more.
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I like to go to charity shops, a habit I got when I was a a student. Among popular items that can be bought for next to nothing are language courses. Often these use the old cassettes. And as hardly anyone uses them, the shops really give away language courses that use cassettes.
I just bought an unused French Linguaphone course. With CD's It would cost over £200. Mine cost £1.99 ! Shops also sell Cassette players for next to nothing. I record the original cassette on to the bought cassette to save the orignial. Voila, Je parle francais! Merci.
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