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cassette deck

n.
A tape deck designed for recording or playing audiocassettes.
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Noun1.cassette deck - a tape deck for playing and recording cassette tapescassette deck - a tape deck for playing and recording cassette tapes
tape deck - electronic equipment for making or playing magnetic tapes (but without amplifiers or speakers); a component in an audio system
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This comprehensive music system includes a turntable for all of your 33s, 45s and 78s, a double cassette deck to allow tape-to-tape recording, single CD player, an AM and FM radio and a crystal clear LCD display with blue backlight.
This comprehensive system includes a turntable for 33s, 45s and 78s, a double cassette deck, CD player, aM and FM radio and a crystal clear LCD display with blue backlight.
Will Johnson: My dad's blues collection - the imagery of Robert Johnson songs or Hendrix's 'Dolly Dagger' come to mind, blasting from the cassette deck on car journeys to the Valleys that lasted a lifetime.
Cars aren't even made with a cassette deck anymore, so we're struggling to see what you'd even use these for.
Teddy Ruxpin's came with a cassette deck built into its back, with eyes and a mouth that could move together.
Orbital, named after the M25 which orbits Greater London, started small, with Chime, a track recorded on their father's cassette deck and released in 1989.
Warm reception At the annual Central Region firemen's ball held at the Albert Hall, Stirling, in February, 1976, the then recently retired Falkirk Station Officer Charles Cox was presented with a stereo cassette deck and a miniature fireman's helmet (pictured) by Firemaster Philip Morrison.
Dear Peter FIRST of all please pause the cassette deck. You can do without Marillion for a few minutes and this letter might just cheer you up.
I am of a generation old enough to remember when a mobile phone meant it had a battery like one that sits on the engine of my car and it was only mobile by virtue of the fact it took up a major portion of the centre console, somewhere between the gearstick and the cassette deck.
Additional inputs are included in the interior compartment for anything from an old school cassette deck to a state to digital cable box.