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  1. Ferr
    Home Audio Cassette Tape Decks for Old-School Time. If you have several audio cassettes that you have not played in ages that you want to listen to, you can find tape decks for sale. eBay has a wide selection of old and new audio cassette tape decks for your consideration.
  2. Vokus
    Capacity Wooden Cassette Rack - Unfinished Wood - lets you save time, save space and organize your tapes! Sort tapes faster and keep them organized! The individual slots hold tapes in all. You'll have an attractive, easy-to-browse display. Solid pine rack is designed to last a lifetime!
  3. Balmaran
    Cassette Tape Machine Recorder Rubber Belt Repair Maintenance Mix Flat Cassette Tape for Recorders CD-ROM Video Machines DVD Drive,50Pcs out of 5 stars 23 $
  4. Faunris
    Nov 12,  · In fact, cassette tapes are remarkably similar to another historic cultural artifact that dates back much further than the s: Wooly Willy. In the game, you moved a magnetic stylus around to Author: Jacqueline Detwiler.
  5. Kicage
    Aug 06,  · And yet the cassette is back. Sales in the U.S. grew 23% in , according to Nielsen Music, with , tapes sold in compared with , in , Pitchfork reported. .
  6. Voodoomi
    Nov 28,  · You may have thought the cassette tape was dead, relegated to the dustbin of history. But young, independent artists around Australia are bringing them back.
  7. Moramar
    Nov 07,  · A bout 20 years ago I wrote an article about the demise of the cassette tape. It was, I dimly recall, a fond farewell to the format, even though, at bottom, I didn’t care. I figured humanity.
  8. Mir
    iPod Touch Case Made From Cassette Tapes. 10 – – Original Source Used: >> Click Here cassette tapes this minute tape Nano Cases are a joy to look at, but then again I would have been more impressed if it was a stand-alone player, but still great recycling of tapes none the less.
  9. Vijinn
    Jul 01,  · Right now I'm using a Fostex X nothing fancy, no EQ or anything, no bells and whistles, just straight ahead 4 track recording It's the first multitrack cassette recorder I've ever owned that records at "normal" speed- I use a CR and actually get 45 mins of recording time. Saves tape, which sure ain't cheap anymore.

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