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How does the compact cassette tape record sound?

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Phillips was the inventor of the compact cassette tape (it's original name).


A cassette was invented in 1962. There were other forms of magnetic tape mad before this but none of them compared to the compact cassette.


Philips' development of the Compact Cassette in 1963.


The magnetic tape runs on to wheels in the plastic cassette tape. The magnetic tape can be rewound or sped forward to reach the proper place in the tape's information.


The tape in a cassette has a bunch of little magnets in it. When you record on the tape, the magnets are aligned in a pattern that can be read later by a cassette player.


A compact disk has advantages over other forms of media. It is smaller and lighter than the old vinyl records. A cd also doesn't get ruined as easily as a record or a cassette tape does.


Compact Discs were introduced in the early '80s to replace 8-Track and cassette tape formats.


le cassette = the cassette / the tape / the cassette tape


8 track came after record players, cassettes came after 8 track, and the first Disc Compact was in 1982, wasn't really too popular until now


No difference - a cassette contains magnetic tape.


Some popular brands of cassette tape decks include Technics, Sony, JVC, Pioneer, Kenwood and Yamaha. The most well known compact player had to be the Sony Walkman.


1963 Philips introduced the compact audio cassette medium for audio storage in Europe in 1963, and in the United States in 1964, under the trademark name Compact Cassette. Although there were other magnetic tape cartridge systems, the Compact Cassette became dominant as a result of Philips's decision in the face of pressure from Sony to license the format free. It went on to become a popular (and re-recordable) alternative to the 12 inch vinyl LP during the late 1970s. source: wikipedia article for Compact Cassette.


I have it on cassette tape. I play it on my cassette tape player.


The cassette tape was invented by the phlips company in 1962


A cassette tape was the standard of audio recording through the 1980's and 1990's mainly. Before then, there were 8-tracks and reel-to-reel tape for which people could record with, but the cassette market dominated it. So, basically, it was used as a music medium, and to make amatuer recordings.


The Philips Company of the Netherlands invented and released the first compact audio-cassette in 1962. They used high-quality polyester 1/8-inch tape produced by BASF. Recording and playback was at a speed of 1.7/8 inches per second. The next year in the U.S. sales began of the Norelco Carry-Corder dictation machine that used the new cassette tape. The consumer's demand for blank tape used for personal music-recording was unanticipated by Philips. History of Sound Recoding


A high quality cassette deck will give you the best sound when recording onto CD.


A cassette tape is made out of a plastic material, coated with a substance that reacts to magnetic pulses. When it is being recorded to, the magnetic field alters the magentic substance of the tape, thereby recording it. When you wish to play it back, the motors spin the cassette reel, and the tape passes over what is called the tape head. The tape head uses inductors, and is affected by the field that is on the tape, there by producing sound. Sounds complicated, but it really isn't.


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the cassette tape contained information on nuclear fusion.


If the cassette player does not play the tape, insert a different tape to see if that is the problem. If another tape does not play, use a can of air to clean the tape player.


The tape is used to block a "record override switch" so the cassette can be recorded on (over) again. Remove the tape and it will prevent you from recording over what ever is on the tape inside now.


- get a cassette player that plays the audio tape- route the output of the cassette player to your computer sound card- record the incoming audio with a recording software like Audacity or Reaper- save the audio as MP3 files and burn it to CD with a CD-burner software- You May Want To Remove The Noise In The Tracks, This Can Be Done With Audacity


In 1958 RCA introduced the first cassette tape.


Philips introduced the Compact Cassette in Germany in 1963 it wasn't until Sony bought it was it mass produced for pre-recorded music and information. They were commercially around until the mid 90's but my car is still equipped and still jammin out to 38 special.



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