SONY CD-IT II - 1995 - US

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SONY CD-IT II High Bias - 1995 - US

You can tell this tape came towards "the end", due to its annoying slim case, however, this is a superb cassette!

From what we can tell it's UX inside this Sony CD-IT 2 (could even be UX-S) Type II tape inside a very rigid and attractive shell, which Sony first used on the TOTL 1988 HF-ES and was still used on the last generation Metal SR.

The shell is welded, which some people don't like, but the truth is that a welded shell is more rigid and better balanced than one with screws. It's only a problem should you want to open the cassette up...

We've found these don't really need any bias tweaks so should work well in all decks, and are quite superb.

Note 1: Only one 54 Minutes tape available! SOLD!
Note 2:
This is a rather scarce Canadian issued 90 minutes CD-IT II Sony cassette with a clean and nostalgic HMV price sticker on it! Only one available!
Note 3:
The 100 minutes version is much more widely found. Many of the 100 minutes tapes also have a nice and clean HMV price sticker on it, but not all of course. Ask for them, if that's your thing! 

About Sony:

Sony Corporation (ソニー株式会社 Sonī Kabushiki Kaisha/ˈsni/ SOH-nee, stylized as SONY) is a Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Kōnan, MinatoTokyo.[9][1] Its diversified business includes consumer and professional electronicsgamingentertainment and financial services.[10] The company owns the largest music entertainment business in the world,[11] and is one of the leading manufacturers of electronic products for the consumer and professional markets, and a leading player in the film and television industry.[12][better source needed] Sony was ranked 97th on the 2018 Fortune Global 500 list.[13]

Sony Corporation is the electronics business unit and the parent company of the Sony Group (ソニー・グループ Sonī Gurūpu), which is engaged in business through its four operating components: electronics (AV, IT & communication products, semiconductors, video gamesnetwork services and medical business), motion pictures (movies and TV shows), music (record labels and music publishing) and financial services (banking and insurance).[14][15][16] These make Sony one of the most comprehensive entertainment companies in the world. The group consists of Sony Corporation, Sony PicturesSony Pictures Entertainment JapanSony MobileSony Interactive EntertainmentSony MusicSony Music Entertainment JapanSony Financial Holdings, and others.

Sony is among the semiconductor sales leaders[17] and since 2015, the fifth-largest television manufacturer in the world after Samsung ElectronicsLG ElectronicsTCL and Hisense.[18]

The company's current slogan is Be Moved. Their former slogans were The One and Only (1979–1982), It's a Sony (1982–2006), (2006–2009)[19] and make.believe (2009–2014).[20]

Sony has a weak tie to the Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group (SMFG) keiretsu, the successor to the Mitsui keiretsu.[21]

Sony produced the world's first portable music player, the Walkman in 1979. This line fostered a fundamental change in music listening habits by allowing people to carry music with them and listen to music through lightweight headphones. Walkman originally referred to portable audio cassette players. The company now uses the Walkman brand to market its portable audio and video players as well as a line of former Sony Ericsson mobile phones.

SONY CD-IT II - 1995 - US