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- n. Plural form of tape recorder.
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He promptly yelled at Lou Piniella for playing cards with Rivers—though he said nothing to Rivers himself—then returned to his first-class cabin and issued an edict that the players were not to play tape recorders without headphones.
In 1947, Ampex Corporation sold its first Ampex Model 200 audio tape recorders as a viable commercial product, aided by the 3M Corporation, which created the crucial magnetic tape medium for the recorders.