Audio tapes seem to live forever.

The Japanese company Nagaoka Trading has introduced new audio cassette CT-series. Yes, they are still being produced. We buy a cassette player with Bluetooth, record your favorite songs and leave the Internet for nostalgia.


Thing of the day: cassette player with Bluetooth

Audio tapes seem to live forever.

Ilya Kichaev

July 4, 2019

A new series of Nagaoka cassettes comes with four models: CT10, CT20, CT60 and CT90. They can record 10, 20, 60 and 90 minutes of audio, respectively. At 50% on each side of the cassette – a classic!


New cassettes are best for recording karaoke, radio programs, interviews, and dubbing from CDs. Users will be able to choose the best "capacity" for their records.

Nagaoka Trading Representatives

Press release

Cassettes will be inexpensive:

CT10 – 150 yen (about 88 rubles);
CT20 – 180 yen (about 105 rubles);
CT60 – 220 yen (about 128 rubles);
CT90 – 260 yen (about 152 rubles).

Well, are you ready to launch a new challenge with a cassette and a pencil?

Audio tapes seem to live forever.

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Audio tapes seem to live forever.

Ilya Kichaev

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Do you still have cassettes? Or long ago all thrown away? Or maybe you see such a miracle for the first time?

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