What really happen to all those cassette players? and tapes.
Do any one knows, what happen to all those cassette players, boomboxes, the old telephones, where we used to spin the numbers to dial up are?
I know where some of those tapes and players are - right here in my apartment. You know, I never really liked cassettes at all, but there was a time when that was all you could buy. I always liked albums better and then CDs. I still have a record player too, by the way.
I found a bunch of old records in a box on the side of the street the other day. Tons of good records too, but I have no record player.
What a shame...anyone want some Jackson 5, or Blue Oyster Cult?
by zebtron 3 years ago
Where online can I buy audio cassette storage racks, cases, etc?I have been buying used audio cassettes for 25 cents at a cool local second-hand store (Urban Ore in Berkeley as seen on Mythbusters) and now I have a whole bunch of tapes that I need to organize.As this is not much of a new format,...
by Prokid 6 years ago
I havent seen cassettes for a very long time, Im wondering how many people still use them now.
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