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A New Professional Magnetic Recording Tape

A review of the desired properties for a professional magnetic tape indicates that increased output at constant distortion, better and more consistent hi response, and a smoother coated surface would be welcomed features. In addition, certain applications present requirements for an alternate base having additional long-term storage facility and greatly improved shrink and swell factors. This paper will present data and describe production methods used in the manufacture of a new professional tape now available on two types of base supports.

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JAES Volume 1 Issue 1 pp. 10-16; January 1953
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