Cassette | Teac Studio 52| 1986
In 1962 the Dutch company Phillips invented the mythical Cassette Compact. This recording device was designed to record voice dictations, its great fidelity of recording managed to expand its horizon of exponential sound use, until it became a standard audio format, as was the vinyl record, the Phillips company under pressure from companies Japanese like Sony chose to donate their patent so that other manufacturers could design their version for sale, until practically the beginning of the 21st century, cassettes with different qualities continued to be designed and manufactured, nowadays, it seems to have a great appeal among lovers of the sound world.
At the end of the 90s Sony designed this series of compact cassettes called “XI”, which, among the obvious characteristics of innovative design, incorporated advanced technology in terms of recording and listening quality, in this cassette, in “ferro” format such as such is indicated for not very demanding audio recordings, but Sony opted to implement quality material with this XI series “Normal”, with the supplier par excellence of the chemical company Pfizer that since 1973, from the pigment MO 2228, has been producing and improving several generations in chemical compounds for recording and listening, in this case with the “ferro” range, with 120 μs EQ, among others, made in Cinema 4D for 3D Ocean, is part of the great megapack consisting of 32 units of Cassettes.
Tape Reel in a Cassette
The fascinating Teac Studio 52 reel cassette, whose first versions began to circulate on the market since 1986, with its multiple versions and recording and playing “positions” (normal, metal and even cobalt), this mythical cassette from the no less prestigious and demanding Japanese brand, apart from its colorful concept, from which other manufacturers copied the concept, adorned pro cassette decks in exhibitors and windows specialized HI-FI stores, of course the sound quality was high-end for the most demanding connoisseurs. An essential characteristic was the duration of these cassettes, with two unique formats lasting 46-52 minutes, apparently those of TEAC verified that they could not exceed 52 minutes because it lost notorious sound quality, so they “sacrificed” that duration for better sound. On sites like Ebay, it is common to see this “object of desire” sell for more than its original $ 2, up to 20 times its new price.
Why have I designed this project?
This project is part of the CassetteMegaPack, I will incorporate it so that you can enjoy it, it is a concept that I know many of you needed to be able to support your projects of various kinds. If you want to get to know more cassette designs you can find them in our collection called CassetteMania, be encouraged to collect these objects that will give elegance, elegance and innovation to your productions of different types.
Original Name model “3D Cassette Teac Studio 52 (1986)”
High quality model, ready to anim, with instructions to animate the object
General: Cassette Teac Studio 52, 3d model. Native Format: Cinema 4D R12.
Geometry: All parts are well organized, each name to hide, animated, manipulated, with most of its basic objects (cubes, spheres, cones, tubes, cylinders, etc.), but with high quality resolution .
Rigging & Animation: No animation, but contains in the attached instructions to encourage minimun details on “step by step” identified labels for you to animate objects according to their needs .
Textures: No containts textures.
Fonts: Standard fonts: Arial, New Times Roman.
Ready for your enjoyment !
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