Beakman's World: How Cassettes Work
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Beakman explains how a cassette player works by using a giant spool of brown paper with music notes on it to simulate the magnetic signature the tape has on it. When it plays, the magnetic signature is turned into an electrical pattern that plays out of a speaker.

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