If one needs to listen to a particular song back in the 1980s, you will record them yourself either from the radio using blank TDK cassette tapes (encoded with Dolby Noise Reduction) or get it recorded in one of the many recorded cassettes selling shops out there. Image source: Wikipedia… [Click to read the rest] “Technology 101: Still Remember Your Dolby Noise Reduced Songs?”
Read the childhood series here
(The granddaddy of all radio and even entertainment devices – the one that ruled long before we had satellite TV and one good source for news)
I was watching TV a couple of nights ago when my wife asked me to “update” her MP3 files in her thumb drive.… [Click to read the rest] “Childhood Memories: Part 24 – Different Types of Memorable Radios”
Before you think further, ICE means In-Car-Entertainment.
The ICE in my car in the form of my CD player is my life-line whenever I am stuck in a traffic jam or travelling along the North-South Highway. After I bought my trusty Iswara back in 2003, my focus from the very start was to ensure that the ICE is “top-notch” (based on my budget of course).