When were cassette tapes invented?

Answer According to Project C-90, the dutch electronics company Philips invented cassette tapes in 1962 to increase portability over vinyl records. Philips started selling cassette tapes, which used high-... Read More »

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When were the first cassette tapes invented?

Cassette tapes were first invented by the electronics company Phillips in 1963. They were originally sold as personal recorders and did not become popular until the 1980s, when Sony invented the po... Read More »

Who invented cassette tapes&car stereos?

The first audio cassette tape, also called the compact cassette, was invented in 1963 by the Phillips Company for recording dictations. Earl Muntz created the first commercially available 110-volt ... Read More »

What year were cassette tapes invented?

According to the Audio Engineering Society, Philips introduced the cassette tape in 1963, offering licenses around the world. DuPont created the chromium dioxide cassette in 1974 and 3M introduced ... Read More »

When were audio cassette tapes invented?

According to the Audio Engineering Society, BASF created the first magnetic tape made of plastic in 1935. In 1936, it used this tape to create the first tape recording of a symphony concert. The co... Read More »