Why did the boy put the cassette player into the refrigerator?
So he could listen to some cool music.
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How do you repair a cassette player that keeps spitting out the tape when you put it in on a 99 Toyota Corolla?
It's a 99 corolla, get a CD player, tapes are worthless
Take a golf tee and jam it in the one little opening of the tape. Use that to wiggle it out
I suggest getting a portable cassette player and hook it up to a FM transmitter. However, it would be much less of a hassle to buy a different stereo for your car that has a… cassette player.
to keep his "pop" cool
Get a converter
Yes. Sony still manufactures the TCWE475 dual cassette player/recorder.
If you wanted to record video in the late 1960's and early 1970's you would have had to do it using a huge reel to reel recording machine. These machines were very expensive a…nd difficult to operate and really only used in film recording studios. Then in the 1970's, video cassette players were invented. These smaller, lighter and more cost effective devices allowed home users to record video from their TV or cameras. Initially two competing technologies were available, called Betamax invented by Sony and the other called VHS (The video home system) by JVC. By the early 1980's the laser disc was invented and eventually led to the DVD and blueray optical video storage systems we know today which surplanted the video cassette recorder.
As technology advances, cassette players are being replaced with CD players and more popularly iPods and mp3s. However, they soon will be valuable antiques.
With electricity provided from wall current or from batteries.
It is not possible to take requests for compact disks, videos or spoken word cassette s which are not in stock.
Back in the day, people used cassette tapes as opposed to our modern day CD's.
Cassettes are less readily available now then 10 years ago. They can, however, still be purchased through BestBuy, eBay or Amazon. Some stores, like BestBuy or FutureShop stil…l have limited quantities in store. Thrift shops are also an option in your local neighbourhood.