Cassette tapes

United States
October 28, 2007 10:01pm CST
Do you still listen to music on cassette tapes?
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15 responses
@Lifeless (2638)
• India
29 Oct 07
Yeah, I still listen to them.. I have interest in classical music, both pop and traditional, and I can easily find them on the audio tapes that I had bought long ago... Classical music is hard to find on the internet these days...
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• United States
29 Oct 07
That's awesome.
@terrych (1227)
• United States
29 Oct 07
Yes, I still do it, in my car I have a tape player, so I can use there my old tapes...
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• United States
30 Oct 07
That's pretty nifty.
@terrych (1227)
• United States
30 Oct 07
Well, I love to listen some music in my car, and the local radio stations do not play any latin music... so my tapes are always handy!
29 Oct 07
I still have a lot of cassette tapes. I don't really have the money to replace them with cds. One of these days I will though.
• United States
30 Oct 07
There's no need to, in my opinion. If I still had all my old cassette tapes, I'd keep them all.
@sherrir101 (3670)
• United States
29 Oct 07
We do. Not as much as we used to, though. I have a small collection. I used to have more but sold and gave away so many this past summer. I like the ones that have a collection of songs by different artists on it. It makes it more versitile.
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• United States
29 Oct 07
I used to listen to mine up till a few years ago and then my cd/cassette player broke :(.
@brimia (6584)
• United States
29 Oct 07
I haven't listened to cassette tapes in years though I think I still have a couple.
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• United States
29 Oct 07
Yeah I found a couple in my closet the other night.
@izathewzia (5142)
• Philippines
29 Oct 07
I wish i could but i have no cassette payer anymore. We used to have especially when i was young because most of the people in our households loves to listen to music. And cassette tapes was the "in" then. But cassette players are no longer available.
• United States
29 Oct 07
They're still available, maybe not around where you live, but they have them all over the place where I live. Some of them are rather expensive for some reason, but most of them are under 10 dollars now.
• Philippines
29 Oct 07
I do listen to cassette tapes when I was still younger. In the present, even though I still want to listen to my old tapes, I can't because my radio isn't working anymore. I just listen using cds. :)
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• United States
29 Oct 07
I actually got a cassette player the other day for like five dollars brand new at like wal*mart.
@irene_27 (545)
• Philippines
29 Oct 07
i still do. but these tapes i have bought before are all old songs. With the new songs now, i think you cant buy them in cassette tapes anymore. i wonder if there are still music stores that sells caseette tapes. Most that i've been with lately all sells CD's.
• United States
29 Oct 07
Yeah I doubt you can buy them anymore.
@Dee351972 (743)
29 Oct 07
hi, i have a few of them i listen to some times in the van. Other then that i dont listen to them often anymore.
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• United States
29 Oct 07
Well at least you still put them to use.
@ayshren (137)
• United States
29 Oct 07
I havent listened to anything on cassette in years.
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• United States
29 Oct 07
I found some old cassettes the other night when I was cleaning, so it made me think of this discussion.
@lilybug (21148)
• United States
29 Oct 07
I have some old cassette tapes that I listen to sometimes. My car had a tape deck, so sometimes I will pop in a tape while I am driving.
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• United States
29 Oct 07
My dad's truck has the tape deck still.
• United States
19 Nov 07
Yes I do. and was glad to find a player for my truck that has auto reverse so that I don't have to turn it them over. I get mine from The Music Locator for as little as $3.99 http://www.themusiclocator.com from their cassette listing pages at http://www.angelfire.com/biz/musicsale/cassettes.html ... some are used and some are new, but they let you know what their condition is.
@youless (91533)
• Guangzhou, China
31 Oct 07
I don't listen to cassette tapes any more. The cassettes may not work today and the result won't be good anyway. We have lots of CDs, and it's easy to find any music via the net. So the cassette player isn't available at my home.
@williamjisir (22903)
• China
30 Oct 07
I seldome listen to music using the cassette tapes as most of the time I use DVD player and listen to music online from some players with words of the song. But I use cassette tapes for my students to listen to English as we still have English tapes to go with our English textbooks. In this case I still use it in teaching.
@ericajoyce (1748)
• Philippines
30 Oct 07
cassette tapes - I still listen to cassette tapes. I still have same of my old cassette tapes. The thing i dont like about cassette tapes is that is gets destroyed easily.
Yes, I still listen to cassette tapes. I still have same of my old cassette tapes. The thing i dont like about cassette tapes is that is gets destroyed easily.