When Did Eight Track Tapes Come Out?

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Eight track tapes came out in the mid-sixties and were popular until the early eighties when it was replaced by the smaller cassette tape. The eight track was invented in 1964 by a consortium headed up by Bill Lear. Bill Lear is the man famous for the Lear Jet.
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1967.
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Bill Lear announced in 1965 he developed a cartridge with 8 tracks that promised to lower the price of recorded tapes without any sacrifice in music quality.
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Typically an eight track can hold the length of 8 standard tracks;
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