BASF Chromdioxid Super - 1977 - EU
*PLEASE NOTE, THESE ARE FOR COLLECTION PURPOSES ONLY...UNLESS YOU OPEN THE CASSETTE AND REMOVE THE SECURITY MECHANISM - DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK!*
Type 3 cassettes weren't around for long.
Combining a ferric layer with a chrome, it was thought they would give the bass of a ferric and the highs of a chrome. And they did.
Unfortunately not many deck manufacturers put a Type 3 setting on their decks and as Type 2 cassettes improved and then Type 4 came along, the Type 3 disappeared in the early 80s.
Rare and sought after, these are BASFs from the late 70s and are a fine addition to any collection.
BASF SE is a German chemical company and the largest chemical producer in the world. The BASF Group comprises subsidiaries and joint ventures in more than 80 countries and operates six integrated production sites and 390 other production sites in Europe, Asia, Australia, the Americas and Africa. Its headquarters is located in Ludwigshafen, Germany. BASF has customers in over 190 countries and supplies products to a wide variety of industries. Despite its size and global presence, BASF has received relatively little public attention since it abandoned manufacturing and selling BASF-branded consumer electronics products in the 1990s.
At the end of 2015, the company employed more than 122,000 people, with over 52,800 in Germany alone. In 2015, BASF posted sales of €70.4 billion and income from operations before special items of about €6.7 billion. The company is currently expanding its international activities with a particular focus on Asia. Between 1990 and 2005, the company invested €5.6 billion in Asia, for example in sites near Nanjing and Shanghai, China and Mangalore in India.
BASF is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, London Stock Exchange, and Zurich Stock Exchange. The company delisted its ADR from the New York Stock Exchange in September 2007. The company is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index.
BASF Chromdioxid Super II - 1984 - EU