How much does cassette duplication cost?

How much does cassette duplication cost?

With duplicating cassette tapes, their pricing starts from $35 for 50 copies and $65 for 100 copies. However, pricing is different when they provide the cassette tapes. In this scenario, they charge $55 for 25 copies and $110 for 50 copies.

Can you make copies of cassette tapes?

Audio cassettes can be copied quickly and easily using a dual cassette deck. These have two cassette players built in to one, where one deck is used for playback and the other can be used for recording the audio to a blank cassette tape.

How do you preserve cassette tapes?

Keep your audio cassette collection in a cool, dry, dust-free environment with no moisture. Store away from direct sunlight and fluorescent light. Do not store near combustibles like wood or cardboard. Avoid subjecting tapes to rapid temperature changes.

Where can I get cassette tape duplication services?

Audio Geography offers real-time and high-speed cassette tape duplication services in all formats. Located in Tallahassee, FL, they use high-quality cassettes to guarantee top quality results. You can order a minimum of 25 copies. For imprinting services, they have a minimum order of 50 copies.

How is high speed audio cassette duplication done?

HIGH-SPEED DUPLICATION NOTES: Our high speed copies are done on a bin loop system directly to reel-to-reel duplicators. If the last tape on a pancake of tape is good, then it is just about 100% guaranteed that every tape is identical.

Can you copy cassettes at the same time?

We copy both sides of the cassette at the same time, so the starting time of the B side will vary by up to 20 seconds on longer tapes. We can copy each side sequentially and of course this takes more than twice as long so there is an extra fee for this service.

How is the duplication of a master tape done?

In loop bin duplication, the pre-recorded master tape is loaded into a duplicator bin, whereby the recording is done at a very high speed, and both sides of the cassette are recorded simultaneously. One side of the cassette is recorded in one direction, and the other in the opposite direction.