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A cassette of audiotape.
recording, cassette, tape recordingView synonyms
- ‘Remember the audio cassette technology which preceded the cd technology?’
- ‘So I took the easy road and made an audio cassette of my message.’
- ‘Patients were also assisted with setting goals for lifestyle changes, particularly in nutrition and exercise, and were asked to use the audio cassette to practice relaxation for 20 minutes each day.’
- ‘Research had suggested that consumers would not want to purchase a miniaturized audio cassette player.’
- ‘This two-hour audio cassette also contains a critical look at state lotteries.’
- ‘Forty years ago this month, Phillips launched the compact audio cassette at the 1963 Berlin Radio Show, and our relationship with music has never been quite the same since.’
- ‘This person gave me a French text book, told me to memorize a lesson every week and gave me an audio cassette tape to listen to.’
- ‘I was up late that night trying to fix my audio cassette player.’
- ‘A few years ago, he did it for a staged reading that is available on audio cassette.’
- ‘Competition for the two places is expected to be tough and applicants will have to send in an audio cassette or video with their report of a sporting event as well as a written report on an Olympic or Paralympic sport.’
- ‘One might, for example, copy a music CD to an audio cassette for playback on one's Walkman.’
- ‘Derbyshire Police confirmed yesterday they were examining the audio cassette recording as part of a ‘wide and detailed’ re-investigation into the killing.’
- ‘You are free to tour the premises at your own pace accompanied by an audio cassette containing commentary by friends and family of Elvis including Priscilla, his former wife.’
- ‘For the visually impaired an audio cassette is available.’
- ‘She said she would immediately courier me an audio cassette which would help me immensely.’
- ‘Or record yourself on audio cassette telling a story or singing a song.’
- ‘Health professionals' education consisted of a pamphlet and a technical guide widely circulated in the experimental areas, along with an audio cassette specifically developed for family physicians.’
- ‘They compile local news, produce a weekly audio cassette and distribute it for free to residents.’
- ‘Three books of his poetry have been published as well as an audio cassette.’
- ‘They listen to the rhythmic sounds of a drum through headphones, while narrating their ‘journey’ on to an audio cassette.’
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