or there was something wrong with the needle or the tape was screwed up,I remember it well
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that was too funny
Reminds me of when a friend of mine (and this was years ago) had a car with an 8-track player. He got an 8-track to cassette converter so he could listen to the tapes he had.
One weekend, he and a buddy went on a road trip; that buddy had a portable CD player with a cassette to CD converter. So they listened to CDs through an 8-track player.
Unsurprisingly, he said the quality of the music suffered.
Back on topic: I still have my small collection of LPs and 45s. Now I just need to get a record player.
I have a usb record player it works really good and the computer can burn the songs onto cds it was about 90 bucks on ebay
Usually, most of an album was really good, much better than the rap crap that’s out these days, and the entire album didn’t cost too much. Too bad that a lot of albums and record player needles were destroyed during the ‘scratching years’..