Defcore, Tap It - Various - Family Horror II (Vinyl), Героин - Коррозия Металла - Орден Сатаны (Cassette, Album), Being Free - Joe DUrso & Stone Caravan - Cause... (File, MP3, Album), Hello Dolly! - Lenny Dee (2) - A Man & A Woman (Vinyl, LP), Ife - Miles Davis Sextet* - Live In London 1982 (DVDr), Joe Allison / Bill Stewart (12) - Joe Allisons Country Corner / Bill Stewart (Vinyl, LP), Various - Suomalaista Huumoria (Vinyl, LP, Album), I Am The Walrus - Various - Bumpers (Vinyl, LP), Braiment - Pierre Henry - Odyssée (CD), Hot And Bothered - Duke Ellington - The Essential (CD)
MokazahnThe notation you've noticed simply means that for one of these cassettes, the smallest sprocket has 11 teeth, the largest has 32 teeth. And the second cassette has smallest sprocket 12 teeth, largest sprocket 25 teeth. So these numbers are basically the "range" of gears covered by a cassette.