tape player


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tape′ play`er


n.
a device for playing magnetic tape recordings.
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Noun1.tape player - electronic equipment for playing back magnetic tapestape player - electronic equipment for playing back magnetic tapes
electronic equipment - equipment that involves the controlled conduction of electrons (especially in a gas or vacuum or semiconductor)
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He purchased it for [pounds sterling]6,600 in December 1964 and then started putting in a series of extra features, such as a record player, an eight-track tape player, a radio phone and a fridge in the back.
At the end of the 1950s, a tape player was a rarity in Czechoslovakia, so the listener could not simply record the music from radio or records onto tape.
Then I saw the movers pick up boxes full of cassette tapes, like the ones that your car tape player would eat, some 20 years ago in Saudi Arabia, and you had to throw it out of the window.
No pleading necessary, no dubious sound quality issues, no heart attacks when the dreaded scrunching sounds issue from the tape player.
Listening to him on the sidewalk, huddled with all sorts of strangers around a tape player, I finally, belatedly, felt a connection.
All that's missing are the eighttrack tape player and crochet throw.
He sneaks Reza a tape player, earphones, and bootleg tapes.
Just think how hard it would have been to say in 1979, when the device debuted in Japan, "How would you like a tape player that you can carry with you that allows you to hear incredibly high-fidelity music, even though you may be jogging?" People would have said they weren't interested, and not because the jogging put them off.
The most any of us had by way of entertainment was a Best of Shawaddywaddy cassette in the tape player, a colouring book you had to work your way through despite your dad's Vauxhall Cavalier having the suspension of a kangaroo, and a repertoire of games such as I SPY and ...
The most any of us had by way of entertainment was a Best of Shawaddywaddy cassette in the tape player, a colouring book you had to work your way through, despite your dad's Vauxhall Cavalier having the suspension of a kangaroo, and a repertoire of games such as I SPY and ...
"There's a tape player and no air conditioning but otherwise it's pretty solid."
He insisted on wearing headphones and carrying his portable tape player. This was breaking camp rules, but an exception that felt reasonable to accommodate.