3M 206, introduced in 1969, was the first that didn't offer an acetate
version. It forced us all to buy much more expensive razor blades!
They told us acetate tape would all fall apart by the mid '70s...
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From Tom Fine: Association for Recorded Sound Discussion List
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2012 12:58 PM
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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Acetate 1" tape ? ? ?
I think 3M and Audio Devices (AudioTape) were making acetate tape into the
60's. I've dubbed many quarter-track duped tapes that are "see through",
which I think always means acetate backing. Known production dates up to the