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The 8-Track Cartridge Wikipedia ...The 8-track tapes were especially popular among professional truck drivers as this was the first successful prerecorded playback device for use in a moving vehicle...
An Early History of 8-Track by Abigail Lavine
A History of The Eight Track Tape by David Morton
A History of The Eight Track Tape, Part One
A History of The Eight Track Tape, Part Four
The Rise and Fall of the 8-Track by Doug Hinman and Jason Brabazon
The Man Who Invented 'Kerchunk'! May 1999 Interview with Frank Schmidt "If you ever want to see the tracks, take a piece of 8-track tape about 4 inches long and dust it with some really fine ferrous oxide powder. Very carefully blow it off, but not too much. Then take a piece of Scotch tape and press it down and peel the tape off slowly. What you'll have left on there are all the tracks. We used to do that and look at them under a microscope to look at the track separation."
How Does 8-Track Work? by Abigail Lavine
William Lear In 1965 William Lear announced his 8-track player...
8-Track In 1966 all Ford automobiles offered a factory installed in-dash 8-track player, and in the 1967 model year, Chrysler and GM offered the same...
8-Track, 4-Track and 2-Track History
Unpopular Nostalgia: 8-track tapes
10 Years of Tracking Heaven by F.R. "Russ" Forster
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