Cassette Tape MP3 Player

Do you remember the old-school walkmans, cassettes and a pocket full of batteries?…”No matter how much we progress as far as technology is concerned, we always look back towards…

retro stalwarts for inspiration in the designing field” said from Yanko Design NVDRS Tape foxes around in the Cassette Tape construction but is actually a digital player. Deceptive looks aside, the player continues to follow the 45/60/90 minutes norm, holding 10/15/20 select songs in digital format; uploaded via USB.

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There are a couple of things regarding this player that really stands out. Like for example, if you want to forward or rewind a song, you need to manually do it by rotating the spools with your finger or pencil. To play just slide the Play Button.

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cassete mp3 digital player

Charging it depends how good are you at …you guessed it…rotating the spools! Rotating the second hole of the tape charges the kinetic battery. An LED light indicates the power status: Green-full charge; Amber- Medium Charge; Red- will die out any moment.

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Of course you always have and and other budget choices to listen music 🙂

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Source: Yanko Design

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