- n. Plural form of cassette.
“The label cassettes last a very long time and are inexpensive to replace (you can order online in packages of two).”
“I just ran out of one of my label cassettes (I generate a lot of labels for CD libraries and desk filing systems).”
“Among my most treasured possessions is a set of classic recordings, each and every one of which was lovingly compiled for me years ago on cassettes from the original gramophone records in the collection of my elder brother Hamish.”
“Of course, the current market-forces are skewed against London since it much cheaper to pirate cassettes from the West and sell them for $2 each than to pay professional actors and produce a dramatic reading (a'la radio play) in an expensive studio.”
“The best gadget I found to use for backing up my old LP's and cassettes is from ADS Electronics.”
“This cassette-generator produces custom fictional audio-cassettes from the golden age of bulky walkmen.”
“His music still sells on dubbed cassettes from the original copies he recorded on his little cassette recorder and his ex-manager continues to hand reproduce them.”
“The expression cassettes encoding NCre and CCre were cloned into well characterised transgene vectors”
“In the late sixties my wife bought me for my birthday a portable reel-to-reel tape recorder that used spools of tape called "cassettes"--the original cassetted tapes--the cassette being the plastic reel on which the magnetic tape was wound--later the containment case itself would be called a cassette.”
“However, the explosion of CD burning technology has forced people like me to create CDs instead of cassettes, which is somewhat disheartening.”
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