Hilarious. What marketing/engineering department came up with that???
Richard L. Hess wrote:
> Well, actually, the old as modified by some marketing type is new again.
> BEWARE of this unit. It is my understanding that it uses 0.150-inch-wide
> tape -- as in cassette tape (with the assumption that the track format
> is the same as cassettes).
> Therefore, it requires special reels and special tape to use.
> It will not play quarter-inch tapes--at least as I understand it.
> Also, remember, RCA is not the company it once was. It is now just a
> brand name.
> At 10:50 AM 2007-04-05, you wrote:
>> I never thought I'd see this hybrid:
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