tape deck

  1. electronic equipment for making or playing magnetic tapes (but without amplifiers or speakers); a component in an audio system
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How To Use tape deck In A Sentence

  • The lights were still on, and a cassette was clicking in a tape deck.
  • With finicky precision, he models turntables, scuffed trainers, tape decks and BMX bikes.
  • Does it have a tape deck? The Sun
  • Your tape deck has chewed up my cassette!
  • Above the subwoofer is a 25-year-old reel-to-reel tape deck of the kind used in broadcast studios.
  • Does it have a tape deck? The Sun
  • Recorded on a home tape deck, the sound is definitely lo-fi, and Reed's vocals at times are almost swamped beneath his and Sterling Morrison's blazing guitars.
  • I bought a tape, borrowed a tape deck, had Orfe sing into it... Even I could hear that it wouldn't do. IAN AND THE STRIPY BATH PLUG
  • Tape deck manufacturers, cassette makers, etc. all pay up and have been doing so for years.
  • The Amstrad wasn't much different to the Commodore -- brighter graphics, tinnier sound -- but came with a built-in tape deck, a crisp color monitor, and a decent warranty. Boing Boing
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