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    Anyone,...Ever used one of these?

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    Just curious as to how the sound quality is.
    Wondering if they are similar to a Sony Metal Master?
    Anyone have any comments on 'em?
    Anyone ever used one?
    Thinkin' of makin' a purchase,...but it's an expensive one.
    Would like to hear some opinions...if any.
    Thanks.

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    it was the only one I could find.
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    Is that a type IV cassette?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audiophallic View Post
    Is that a type IV cassette?
    Yes,..Metal


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    I don't use 90 min tapes for recording because of the mere fact the tape is too thin and it stretches.
    Busy recording...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYMorningstar View Post
    I don't use 90 min tapes for recording because of the mere fact the tape is too thin and it stretches.
    The ones I'm lookin' at are 60.
    I don't use anymore than 60 in my tracker, either.
    I like to use Metal tapes for mixdown in my Marantz,...
    I get pretty stellar results.


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