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Magnetic recording rubber is specially compounded synthetic rubber, usually hypalon or neoprene, containing approximately 50% of a recording grade magnetic pigment. Thus, the features of conventional magnetic recording media are combined with the flexibility, resilience and durability of the elastomer.
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