cassette player

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Noun1.cassette player - electronic equipment for playing cassettescassette player - electronic equipment for playing cassettes
electronic equipment - equipment that involves the controlled conduction of electrons (especially in a gas or vacuum or semiconductor)
Translations
جِهازُ تَسْجيل
kazetový přehrávač
båndoptager
lejátszómagnó
kazetový prehrávač
kasetnik

cassette player

nriproduttore m a cassetta

cassette

(kəˈset) noun
a plastic container holding photographic film or magnetic tape. I've put a new cassette in my camera; I bought a cassette of Scottish music; (also adjective) a cassette recorder.
cassette player noun
an electrical machine for playing cassettes.
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4 Meanwhile, over at Asda, shoppers could find a host of modern, top-of-the range electrical goodies, from cassette recorders to radiograms.
The last manufacturer of video cassette recorders will stop production at the end of this month.
No End Keith Jarrett IN 1986 Keith Jarrett filled his home studio with a whole bunch of cables and leads linking an electric guitar and a bass guitar, plus percussion, all feeding two cassette recorders.
At that time we used carts in the studio, cassette recorders in the field and I gained my first e-mail account.
Lost within the premises of the Dubai International Airport, the items found included cell phones, cassette recorders, MP3's, sunglasses and clothes," said Saeed Ahmed, Media Executive with the Dubai Police.
There are also badges, rosettes, and a cacophony of Bhutto speeches blares out on cassette recorders.
NUCLEAR power stations, cassette recorders, debates on size zero - there are many things no one needs any more.
The current operation involves using four cassette recorders - two for outside recordings - a sound mixer, five copiers but still only one microphone
IT WAS the bright light show of electrical bargains at Currys in 1978, with star buys such as radio and cassette recorders from pounds 12.
Dixons says demand for video cassette recorders has fallen dramatically since the middle of the 1990s.
Dixons says demand for video cassette recorders has fallen dramatically, while sales of DVD players have grown seven-fold in the past five years.
for selling video cassette recorders, even though Sony generally knew they could be used to copy movies.