Nakamichi EX-II - 1983 - US

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Nakamichi EX-II - 1983 - US

At some point (mid-80's), some reviewers, critics and experts believed that the best Type I cassettes were among the best cassettes ever made.

You wonder why Type III cassettes never took off? It's because of the likes of the TDK AD-X, AR-X, Fuji FR-I-S, Maxell XL-I-S, BASF Super Ferro I, Denon DX-4... Super, Super-Ferrics.

These Super-Ferric formulations can take signal like a Type IV, but can be played in any deck or Walkman. Defined treble, great bass and compatible with everything.

You want more bass than a Type II? These are it!

You want treble like a Type II? These are it!

TDK produced these cassettes for Nakamichi. This EX-II tape is probably a TDK's 1982 Super Ferric formulation, ie. "OD 1982/83"

Use a bit of negative bias, and be amazed at how good a "lowly" Type 1 can be...

Note: These are box-fresh cassettes with no wrapper defects. These are very Rare. 

About Nakamichi:

See Wikipedia:

Nakamichi Corp., Ltd. (株式会社ナカミチKabushiki-Gaisha Nakamichi) is a Japanese consumer electronics brand that originated in Japan and gained a name from the 1970s onwards for innovative and high quality audio cassette decksNakamichi is a subsidiary of Chinese holding company Nimble Holdings.[1]

Nakamichi manufactured electronic devices from its founding in 1948 but only sold them under its name from 1972. It is credited with offering the world's first three-head cassette deck.[2] Since 1999, its product range has included design-oriented home cinema audio systems, sound bars, speakers, headphones, mini hi-fi systems, automotive stereo products and video DVD products.

Nakamichi EXII - 1983 - US