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Frequencies - Various - Thunderdome 97 - MC1 (Cassette)

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  1. Model: Micro Cassette Tape Recorder MC-7 - Ocean Hachiyo Electric Sound: Material: Modern plastics (no Bakelite or Catalin) Shape: Very small Portable or Pocket-Set (Handheld).
  2. The upper frequency limit of a standard audio cassette is around kHz, depending on the material. Higher bandwidth can be achieved with higher tape speeds. Studio devices are using 19 or 38 cm/s instead of the cm/s of the compact cassette. Further factors limiting the bandwidth.
  3. CYSKY 9 Speed Cassette 9Speed Cassette Fit for Mountain Bike, Road Bicycle, MTB, BMX, Sram Sunrace Shimano ultegra xt (Light Weight) out of 5 stars 9 $ $
  4. Premium local service for audio cassettes to CD. Stores in MA, NY, RI, NH, ME & CT. Featured in Boston Globe. Track splitting for music tapes.
  5. Some CDs come with a free copy of Thunderdome 97 Video. Housed in 2 CD case with black tray. CD 1: Live sets 1: (1 - 7 on the cover) DJ Yves & MC Jerky 2: (8 - 12 on the cover) Rob Gee/5(40).
  6. Description: SRAM PG Cassette CNC-machined aluminum 5-arm spider supports three largest cogs Fits Shimano-compatible freehub bodies Aluminum lockring Cassette Body Type: Shimano 9/10/SRAM Cassette Spacing: Shimano/SRAM 9 Chain Compatibility: 9-Speed Number of Speeds: 9 Cassette Cogs: () - 11, 12,
  7. Each Cassette Tape is a Full-track Master tape (not a copy). Cassettes are recorded OFF SHELL (except azimuth, 5 Hz RAMM and 1 kHz Track Alignment Tapes) using an OTARI " (mm) Reel-to-Reel MXBIII-F-P4 Production full-track tape recorder and professional test equipment from bermiseteacorlitpnerinoperfloudslu.coinfo Capstan motor of the tape recorder is controlled by digital Quartz- Locked PLL.
  8. Cassette has been designed to be fun, pleasant to the ear and true to the medium” Here’s more details in Wavesfactory’s own words Cassette imparts the same sound and behaviour of the original bermiseteacorlitpnerinoperfloudslu.coinfo include a different frequency response, frequency dependent saturation, high-frequency compression, hiss, asperity noise and much more.

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