chrome tape

chrome tape

n
(Electronics) magnetic recording tape coated with chrome dioxide
References in periodicals archive ?
They (we) went running back down memory lane to recount how precious music was in those days how you had to buy it on long-play records (LPs) and record it on tapes how you made mix tapes of your favourite songs for your significant others how many kids shared and copied the same tape how anyone who had a twin-deck' player ruled because recording was so much easier how metal tape was better than chrome tape how TDK was better than Maxell, or Telefunken bested PhilipshellipThose were the days, my friend, we thought they'd never end.Except: when it came to music collections, those really WEREN'T the days.
Famed for their often chaotic live shows, the band - whose Alex Empire released album Chrome Tape was their most recent release - play their last shows on the continent - in Perpignan on March 9th and Toulon on the 10th, with their last show in Bucharest on March 29.
The move to MP media from the gamma ferric oxide and chrome tape formulations that were widely used at the time was necessitated by the higher recording densities demanded by the 4mm format to compensate for the small form factor of the cartridge.
Prolman notes that chrome tape has been BASF's strongest-selling segment, and the company is exploring ways to expand high-grade chrome tape to drug chains.
Other promotions include seven normal bias 90-minute tapes and three 100-minute tapes packaged in a 10-block, a pack of two high-bias 90-minute and three 60-minute tapes, and a block of one chrome tape and three normal bias tapes at the normal bias price.
Technologically, metal tapes differ from ferric and chrome tapes in the use of a metal-alloy formulation rather than oxide coatings in the manufacturing process.