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It’s a real lost opportunity that we didn’t call these Cassettepters. It’s not-at-all difficult to say! OK, maybe Cassepter would be easier but isn’t that, like, a sword or …

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  1. If your phone has a bottom speaker you can put it in the tape deck and press play. Magnet from the head will pick up the sound from the phone, then amplify it and reproduce it louder from the player's speakers.

    This was the main party hack back in the day before bluetooth speakers got cheap and cool.

  2. I used to have one of these and remember it was janky and sounded bad a lot of the time, but maybe it's just because that was before I knew about cleaning tape heads, or one of the wires was poorly connected inside the cassette housing… so then I thought fm transmitters were the way to go. but I'll give these another shot after this video!

  3. I didnt know the bluetooth tapes existed until like a year ago.. pretty cool.. but i have no use for it.. what if they made. CD version that you put in your CD tray and it makes it bluetooth. lmfao

  4. If you need one of these then your car really is old, my 19 year old Ford Mondeo left the factory with a 6 disk in dash changer headunit. That got binned pretty quick when i got hold of the car though, it now sports a touchscreen Sony backed by system running 2000w RMS and four 12's in the boot 🙂

  5. Oh That's why my parents used to have a discman on top of the car's dashboard! I actually never thought about it and rewatching this video made me remember it.. oh the good old days when the road was a swiss cheese and the discman kept stopping and jumping the track…

  6. My Golf has a Monsoon "premium" sound system that sounds fantastic!
    But… it has a tape player and no other input.
    So I've been using one of these adapters for 10 years now and it works great!
    Needless to say, if I had a CD player, I wouldn't have been able to plug in my phone.

  7. That unit provided the best sound per dollar than any other device I ever purchased. From the 70s to today. Sweet analogue signal. Thanks for keeping it concise.

  8. my friend old car had a tape deck and a CD player and we still used a portable CD player with tape adapter old car CD players tended to skip far to much unlike antishock feature of portable CD players.

  9. I worked in the us for a couple months in the past and bought a cheap 2004 car … so I had to buy one of this to listen to music from my phone …. The quality was terrible and most of the times all I could hear was static…

  10. I had a 1985 Buick Skyhawk with a cassette deck. In the early 90s I picked up one of these adapters and connected to a portable CD player. It worked great!

  11. Every time I reread the perks of being a wallflower I get almost a feeling of nostalgia but for a time when I wasn’t even alive. It’s so interesting that cassette tapes were how you listened to music and you couldn’t hop from one artist/genre to another.

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