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Youll No So Wit - Various - Scraps Of Vanity (Cassette)

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  1. Cassette Shell Color: Shell Labels or Direct Imprint: Imprint Ink Color: J-Cards, O-Cards, or U-card Inserts: J-Card Sizing: Norelco Box Color: Optional Overwrap: Download Cards: Due Date: 50 Duplicated Cassette Tapes with J-Cards, Shell Print or Labels, & Cases From $
  2. Dec 10,  · Hi guys, Have a Sony TCKs cassette deck for about 10yrs but it's as new and well looked after, heads and rollers clean regularly. Sometimes (for a couple of yrs now) when starting to play a tape the sound goes low and dull intermittently or at times very dull for about a minute or two and then comes back and might continue to do this during 3 or 4 songs.
  3. The MKVII is an easy to use dual deck cassette deck for the installation market including venues like karaoke bars, sports centres, civic and community centres, schools or libraries ands houses of worship. It can also serve as a reliable audio storage or backup solution for authorities like the police or civil defence thanks to the proven long-term stability of tape and the additional.
  4. Oct 08,  · That’s right; the audio cassette is making a comeback. After lying dormant for decades, unused and unloved by anyone, the cassette tapes have been resurrected by audiophiles all over the world. As far as we can tell there are 3 main reasons why people are flocking back to these clear, plastic, magnetic ribbon holding pieces of yesteryear. PriceAuthor: Christian Roemer.
  5. Audio cassette players may be on their way to either obsolescence or collectibility, but they haven’t reached that point yet. The cassette player is infamous for eating tapes and making weird sounds when something goes wrong, but yours doesn’t have to join that club.
  6. Jul 25,  · I never thought turntables would make a comeback But I was thinking, what about cassettes. Turns out my car has a cassette hidden under the face.
  7. The Compact Cassette, often referred to as audio cassette, cassette tape, or simply cassette, is the most successful magnetic tape sound recording format. It consists of two miniature reels, between which an oxide-coated plastic tape, or magnetic tape, is passed and wound. These reels and attendant parts are held inside a protective plastic shell.
  8. Apr 17,  · The tape breaks, or gets wound so tightly that it causes certain players to malfunction. You can't scan easily from track to track, the way you can with CDs, MP3s or even vinyl. They're no .

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