obsolete cassette players & tapes, where did they go now?

November 10, 2008 6:21am CST
with the modern technology we have today, cassette players and tapes are already obsolete, (does anyone here still use it?) where did you place those items right now? at the stock room? or you trash them already? just curious..
4 responses
@myklj999 (18053)
10 Nov 08
I still prefer the sound of analog vs, digital. I will never part with my reel-to-reel tape deck; for recording live bands, it is still far superior to anything else.
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@iamcdy (1120)
• Philippines
10 Nov 08
We still have our cassette player and its radio (FM/AM) function still works. It is a Sony, a gift by my uncle to my father when the former was still working overseas. My father still uses it and it is in their bedroom. But the cassette does not function anymore. Our cassette tapes are in kept in our drawer downstairs with our betamax tapes, VHS tapes and old game console, the Atari. We still keep them even if we are no longer using them.
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• United States
10 Nov 08
VINYL BABY We have over a hundred records At my house and all of them Rock Qualities not great but that's the price for vintige tunes
@lou_66 (909)
10 Nov 08
my tape player is still in my room as it is attached to my cd player. eventhough it is still there i never use it! when i get a new cd player i will not be buying one with a tape deck as i dont have any tapes. happy mylotting