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I appear to be having difficulty...
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Maybe I should give up...
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Thread Starter 
That's a funky looking PCDP Blue Meanie!
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Originally posted by scottder
Not showing up.
Hmmm ... I've made it a link to the pic, but I'll see if it works here again.



my portable and bedside rig
post #125 of 1385
Lets try it this way...
post #126 of 1385
i don't usually help blue meanies, but is this what you wanted to post?

nice player. what does dcc stand for?
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Life would sure be a lot easier if we were just allowed to delete posts if we screw up!!!
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Originally posted by redshifter
i don't usually help blue meanies, but is this what you wanted to post?

nice player. what does dcc stand for?
Digital Compact Cassette
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Thread Starter 
Ptrick,

I like that bedside rig!

Scott
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blue meanie, neat! any relation to digital audio tape (dat)? i must have blinked when dcc was released.
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Thanks for the help, redshifter!(again)
I'm not really that mean. Just somewhat computer illiterate...
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Originally posted by redshifter
blue meanie, neat! any relation to digital audio tape (dat)? i must have blinked when dcc was released.
No, no relation. R-DAT uses spinning heads, similar to vcr heads. DCC uses stationary heads like regular cassette decks. The format was developed in the early 90s by Philips and Tandy before recordable cd was available. Didn't catch on. That's probably why you missed it...
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Ugh, I don't miss cassettes of any kind. I just look at them and they get eaten by evil players.

Scott
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Originally posted by scottder
Ugh, I don't miss cassettes of any kind. I just look at them and they get eaten by evil players.

Scott
Understandable. I just wanted to post something different and relatively rare (much rarer than a Sony D-88, for example).

But if you wouldn't have kept sticking tapes into that "evil" $40 Sanyo, they wouldn't have been eaten in the first place!
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Here is a page about DCC:

http://www.xs4all.nl/~jacg/philips/dcc.html

Inteeresting idea.

Kinda reminds me of seeing prerecorded MiniDiscs at a local electronic chain.

Scott
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