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Replacement 8 Track Foam Pressure Pads 27 Pack

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About 8 Track

8-track is a form of sound recording technology whereby audio is captured to magnetic tape. The format was created in 1964 as the result of a business venture between Bill Lear, Ampex, Motorola and Ford, proving particularly popular in the United States during the 60's, 70's and 80's. History Reproducing sound via magnetic tape became possible on a widespread scale in the 1940s, although the method was expensive and impractical for home use until developments in design towards the late 1950s. Since loading an individual reel of tape onto a machine and carefully threading it through numerous rollers proved off-putting for casual home listeners, manufacturers began to introduce cartridges which encased the tape in a metal or plastic housing, eliminating the need for the user to handle it. 8-track cartridge tapes were initially used for lo-fidelity recording in dictation machines, although the applications of the format for commercial music soon became apparent, with many albums being released on 8-track cassette from the early 1960s onwards. Applications Many car audio systems made use of 8-track technology between the late 60s and mid-80s. As a precursor to the cassette tape, the cartridges were durable and easy to load into a player, endearing them to a generation of drivers wishing to listen to music on the move. 8-track cartridges also proved popular in the home, albeit on a smaller scale than vinyl records. Collectables Although no longer a major audio format, 8-track cartridges are sought-after by collectors, with exclusive releases commanding high prices on the open market.