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Toaster Cassette Player

"Turn the tape" Pop!
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The Toaster Cassette Player (TK7) allows you to play up to four tapes cereally. Place the tapes in the slots on top of the TK7 and push down the slider on the side. Use the "Temperature Control" for volume. Push it in to get other functions such as stop and play. Push in and turn for fast forward or rewind. When your tape has finished playing on one side, it will be popped up ready for you to turn over, push down and get back to listening!

Possibly also the advent of a microwave-styled digital music center for recording your vinyls or CDs to mp3 or ogg format.

And "Hello".

[ sctld ], Jun 30 2005


       Hello [[ sctld ]]. I like it.

       How about a "Mission Impossible" type one that not only plays your cassettes but literally toasts them unless you pop them up within ten seconds? Or an entire kitchen that just plays music? Skiffle in reverse.
nineteenthly, Jun 30 2005

       cereally? is that a joke?
po, Jun 30 2005

       love it.
neilp, Jun 30 2005

       Certainly it's a joke. It's a pon.
[ sctld ], Jun 30 2005

       I'm not seeing how this is significantly different from any other multi-tape cassette deck, other than the non-intuitive controls, but then my tolerance level is getting a little low lately.
Hi, [sctld], how're ya doin'?
angel, Jun 30 2005

       The difference is: it's dressed as a toaster.   

       And not bad. Self?
[ sctld ], Jun 30 2005

       Hey hey! great for my edible tapes! What came first, man, the edible tapes or the toaster tape player? Well, that's a question for the ages...   

       Or not. The player came first.
daseva, Jun 30 2005

       is this why they say "it ate my tape"?
po, Jun 30 2005

       I've seen plenty of VCRs needing repair as a result of small fingers posting jam sandwiches into them. Now we have (almost) the converse.
angel, Jun 30 2005

       I think its the contrapositive, but I struggled in Set Theory, sooo....
daseva, Jun 30 2005


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