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K7Cassette (from French pronunciation of K-Sept, the abbreviation for the cassette deck on a sound board; theatrical term)
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In the younger demographics, the purchasing of cassettes jumped even higher, with 13% of 25 to 34-year-olds and 10% of 18 to 24-year-olds saying they'd bought a tape in the last month.
Each individual cassette comes with test results that include insertion loss and return loss for both the MTP cassettes as well as the fan out to the SC or LC connectors.
Unlike its predecessor, the eight-track tape, the cassette was a format that afforded the user a degree of control, something Warhol alluded to when he compared his mind to "a tape recorder with one button: Erase.
Sony has sold 220 million cassette Walkman players globally since the product's first model, the TPS-L2, debuted in July 1979, retailing at $200.
Once sold, new cassette Walkmans will no longer be available through the manufacturer, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.
These cassettes have been developed using an innovative manufacturing approach that provides an efficient cassette production process while costing significantly less than the comparably sized re-usable product.
I was rummaging through my old collection of music cassettes, all dusty now after years of being kept tucked away untouched and unheard.
In conjunction with its announcement of new Air-O-Cell pricing, EMSL has also been in the forefront in introducing a new revolutionary sampling cassette designed for long-term sampling periods of up to 24 hours.
Now, thanks to the introduction of its first 16" cassette, it is taking gravure to the next level.
Currys, with more than 500 stores in the UK, said existing stocks of blank cassette tapes would be sold but not replenished.
With Instant Music you can record your old LPs and cassettes to Audio CD and MP3, burn professional quality CDs and capture from any audio source: cassette, turn table, DVD, etc.
Books on Tape is a premier publisher of unabridged audiobooks in both cassette and CD formats.