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Blank Cassette Tapes Custom-Loaded With HI-FI MUSIC GRADE Normal Bias Tape And Your Choice Of Color

Blank Cassette Tapes Custom-Loaded With HI-FI MUSIC GRADE Normal Bias Tape And Your Choice Of Color
Flo Orange and Flo Green Cassettes
 
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SKU TONRBLKWHTSW
Weight 0.08 lbs
Our price: CAD$3.40
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This Hi-Fi tape sounds great, comparable to a Maxell UR or any of the mid to upper grade ferric tapes of the 90s. It does tend to shed a bit of oxide on the first use, so make sure to clean the heads frequently.

The length is the total length of both sides. 20 minutes means 10 minutes per side.

Order custom-made blank audio cassettes in any color and length from 1 minute to 110 minutes. Most of the cassettes are tabs out for recording on professional recording machines. To record on home cassette decks you can put scotch tape over the record tabs, or disable the sensor inside the cassette deck. A piece of duct tape in the upper left corner of the cassette well does the trick! We also have tab plugs which can be purchased separately.

Choose the cassette color using the drop down selector.

See the complete list of available cassettes here

These tapes are custom made for your order - most orders are completed and shipped within 5 business days.  Call for custom quotes or larger quantities.

Cases, labels, and J-Cards are sold separately.

This item qualifies for BONUS POINTS! Every tape you order earns a bonus point that can be redeemed for discounts on future orders. To redeem the point convert them to a gift certificate.

* Cassettes with the * icon indicate that they may have two small holes laser engraved into them. This is due to a 'squeaking' issue we had in the batch, which we are able to fix by piercing a hole through the back of the cassette and melting the plastic over the metal pins. Here is a picture of how they may appear.