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  1. Cassette Player-Cassette Tape to MP3 CD Converter- Powered by Battery or USB,Convert Walkman Tape Cassette to MP3, Compatible with Laptop and PC, USB Cable,Software CD,mm Jack Earphone-DIGITNOW. out of 5 stars 1, $ $ 99 $ $ Get it .
  2. Apr 01,  · Make sure the proper type of cassette tape is being used. NOTE: Some cassette players are not compatible with High Bias or Metal tapes and will not play correctly. Clean the tape heads using a dry head-cleaning cassette tape. Attempt to playback a tape that is shorter in length. NOTE: C and C cassette tapes may not play properly. C60 and.
  3. Used (normal wear), Lexus GS * Clean Carfax* Clean Title* New Smog***EXCELLENT CONDITION***** 30 DAYS LIMITED WARRANTY The exterior color is ' Dark Blue' and that pretty much describes this impressive and Legendary Luxury Sport Sedan withTan Leather kiegremocnoliserkanisqueftopever.co doubt you can find a Lexus GS with more value for your dollar than this beautiful 6 Cylinder Luxury Sport .
  4. Apr 23,  · How to Clean a Cassette Deck. If the deck is just eating your tape and you can't rewind or fast forward, cleaning the deck as follows may help the tape start playing smoothly again. Remove the tape from the deck.
  5. Mar 13,  · I have a (Denon) horizontal loading (cassette lays in a drawer) type deck. It's a great deck, I got it just before c.d. recorders got reasonably priced. I haven't used it much (I do c.d.r's more than tapes) - so its clean, and I want to keep it that way. But there is no easy way to get to the heads, capstans and rollers.
  6. Car audio has come a long way in the last 30 years. First there was radio, then 8-track; now CDs and digital music players rule the day. But even with all the shiny, new developments in mobile audio, the reliable, old cassette hasn't quite fallen by the wayside.
  7. The more often you play tapes in your car's cassette player, the more debris accumulates. The tape in a cassette sheds oxide that builds up on the tape heads and guides. Over time, this build-up affects the sound quality of the tapes. Dirty tape players may emit a low, fluttering or static sound.

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