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  1. Ive got a buick rendezvous 03 and have had to use a cassette adapter since theres no aux port. Recently, my cassette adapter ive had for like 5 years dies, and I got philips cassette adapter. It sounded horrible. So i took it back and grabbed the expensive monster one. Sounded exactly the same, very tinny and low quality sound.
  2. Dec 06,  · anyway, if you want to monitor your recorded sound on tape in real time you need a 3 head cassette deck NOT designed for high speed or multitrack use. and the sound will be delayed. so it's a huge hassle, but could be worth it to you. if you use a multitrack style cassette deck then I'm not sure if most of them support actually monitoring what.
  3. Apr 30,  · Nope. In fact, neither of those cases are “better”. The Cassette never was, while film was surpassed long ago. The Philips Cassette The humble Philips Cassette is a full-fledged consumer product. Sure, they tried to pretty up some of the horrible.
  4. First step of a good recording is to have a good recorder. No good recording can be done on a budget recorder. In my experience, 80% of the quality perceived on a tape comes from the recording. So if you really want something that sounds as good as –or even better- than your actual digital player, you will need a good therreiwarcontpronle.theitoctiogetitigebearligyhylap.infoinfog: Various.
  5. Amazon's Choice for home stereo cassette player. Sony Stereo CD/Cassette Boombox Home Audio Radio, Black (CFDS70BLK) out of 5 stars 1, $ $ 99 $ $ Get it as soon as Tue, Jan 7. FREE Shipping by Amazon. More Buying Choices $ (18 used & new offers)Missing: Various.
  6. Nov 30,  · [1] For you techies out there, CDs have a sample rate of KHz, and a dynamic range of 16 bits. High resolution audio files can reach as high as KHz/Bit, but are most often available at 96KHz/Bit. [2] Robert points out that in the early days of CD, the mastering job for vinyl and digital was the same. That changed over time, as mastering engineers were asked to take advantage of the.
  7. Nov 07,  · The answer was once obvious. Decades ago, people used compact cassettes because there was no other media upon which they could conveniently preserve sound at home, and because cassettes allowed pre-recorded matter to be played in places where the delicacy and static requirements of vinyl disc turntables were impractical. But cassettes were fraught with problems,.
  8. Mar 02,  · Ok, I'm gonna try to answer this. CD is Digital and Cassette tapes are Analog. The experience of hearing this two makes me to write the difference of they two: CD: Codified in WAV (16 Bits, 44,1 Khz), sounds “pure” and crystalline. But the masteri.
  9. cassette sounds () mp3 wav. VHS tape - sliding inside a paper case 3. + more info,,, Cassette tapes in a box with handling - plastic case opening and closing with a rattle. + more info,,,,, mp3 wav. Cassette tapes in a box with handling - plastic case opening and closing 2.

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