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Picocassette

Picocassette
Media type Magnetic tape
Encoding Analog signal
Capacity 60 minutes
Read mechanism Tape head
Write mechanism Magnetic recording head
Usage Dictation

Picocassette is an audio storage medium introduced by Dictaphone in collaboration with JVC in 1985. It is approximately half the size of the previous Microcassette, and was intended for highly portable dictation devices. With a tape speed of 9 millimeters per second, each cassette could hold up to 60 minutes of dictation.[1]

References

  1. ^ "Technology: The Tiniest Tape Ever " May 27, 1985, Time.com, Retrieved 2010-04-06

External links

  • Image of a Picocassette (including ruler and Compact Cassette for comparison), at the Cassette Recorder Museum


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