cassette recorder


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Noun1.cassette recorder - a recorder for recording or playing cassettescassette recorder - a recorder for recording or playing cassettes
recorder, recording equipment, recording machine - equipment for making records
Translations
kasetni magnetofon

cassette recorder

nregistratore m a cassetta
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Jumped out of the second floor of a record store with a Treacherous Four cassette and a cassette recorder in Ecuador with Edward Norton," Eminem raps in the opening line of the song.
The days of the Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) is coming to a quiet end, as the last known manufacturer of the once-ubiquitous device announced that it will stop making new machines by the end of July.
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But thinking of the Top 40 chart made me realise this country's youth has lost a vital skill - the ability to record chart singles off the radio on a cheap cassette recorder.
The new feature marks the 57th birthday of the first commercially available video cassette recorder, popularly known as VCR.
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Like tapes in a cassette recorder, what goes around comes around.
From the car's cassette recorder blared the words "Taliban, Taliban" in song.
The equipment included a video cassette recorder positioned above a ceiling fan, a camera concealed in an alarm clock, and a motion sensing "optical eye" installed in the headboard of their bed.
Using the entire industrial life cycle of the video cassette recorder (VCR) as an example, the authors show students of international business and existing management executives how an innovative product can create its own supply chains when properly marketed.
The raiders grabbed a cassette recorder belonging to the Rev.
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