Denon HD-M - 1988 - US
Denon are consistently some of the most expensive blank Cassette brand out there.
Who they were made by varies, some say SKC, some say in house, but regardless, they look good and sound great.
This is their top of the line Type IV - Metal. The manufacturer recommends these to be recorded at around +7db (look at the back of the wrapper).
Note 1: Very limited quantities and only one per customer (or per order).
Note 2: 100 Minutes Cassette has some scuffing on the front only. It also has an annoying yet small price sticker. It comes off cleanly with "Goo Gone" and a lot of patience.
Denon (株式会社デノン Kabushiki Kaisha Denon) is a Japanese electronics company that was involved in the early stages of development of digital audio technology, while specializing in the manufacture of high-fidelityprofessional and consumer audio equipment. For many decades, Denon was a brand name of Nippon-Columbia, including the Nippon Columbia record label. The Denon brand came from a merger of Denki Onkyo and others in 1939. In 2001, Denon was spun off as a separate company with 98% held by Ripplewood Holdings and 2% by Hitachi. In 2002, Denon merged with Marantz to form D&M Holdings. On March 1st, 2017, Sound United LLC completed the acquisition of D+M Holdings.
Denon HD8 - 1988 - US
Denon HD-M - 90 Minutes: These tapes have "Huron Electronics" store price stickers. Huron Electronics was a Hi-Fi store located in downtown Toronto, Canada. They can be removed clean, but you will need a lot of patience.