SONY HF-X - 1989 - JP
This formulation offers excellent sound reproduction, significantly better than their more common HF tape. However, it sits a notch behind its HF-S counterpart. HF-S tapes are some of the very best Type 1, the "super ferrics" ever made, period.
They are excellent in the mid & low ranges frequencies that will "shake your sences", according to Sony. Crystal Gamma magnetic particles are part of the formulation of this uncommon tape.
These were made specifically for the Japanese market.
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SONY HF-X - 1989 - JP