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Mix and match format types from VHS tapes to Super8 film. How long does it take? The officers made a U-turn and got out of the cruiser. Richmond walked up some stairs to the front porch of an apartment.
He bent over, opening the screen door and placed a dark object between the screen door and the main door. Though the officers did not know it at the time, Richmond lived in the apartment.
The officers believed Richmond had stashed a gun. Upon learning Richmond was a convicted felon, the officers arrested him. The officers were also concerned about unknown duplex occupants because a potentially loaded gun lay in the doorway, within easy reach. Richmond, on the other hand, asserted he did nothing that rose to the level of reasonable suspicion. He said the officers did not know whether he was carrying the gun unlawfully or whether he had a concealed weapon permit.
Moreover, when he turned away from the officers, he was heading toward his home. The court acknowledged Richmond could have had a permit for a concealed handgun. Probably an age thing. So, I have albums, cassettes and CDs. As a lot of people probably do. Albums have an aesthetic and sound all their own as do cassettes and even CDs. I guess CDs durability has been increased over the years. While the oldest and most used of my tapes and cassettes keep on trucking.
In a blind listening test I doubt anyone can tell the difference in formats. Except for the noise you might hear on vinyl. If you want physical media, why would that format win out today when the CD is just as cheap, just as portable, and arguably much more durable? Cassettes went away for good reason, I think. As the author mentions, it seems like misplaced hipster romanticism. I have 2 dual cassette tapes drives on my stereo component system. Yes I still have components!
I have thousands of them, having used them primarily for my sound mixes and as a way to record sets of music for broadcast. I still have all my tapes, as most are full of live concerts and other audio otherwise unavailable. But anyone using cassettes for recording today As a means of making available new music? They are something to put on display, another relic of a bygone era in recording history.
The cassette is coming back about as much as button shoes, mimeograph machines and music radio worth listening to Last edited: Oct 5, Location: Wine Country of California. Robert C likes this. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Share This Page. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Grease threads of lockring and thread lockring into freehub. Install cassette lockring tool and install quick-release skewer.
Thread skewer nut on outside of lockring tool. Skewer acts as a holding device for freewheel tool. Turn remover clockwise until lockring is tight, at least inch-pounds approximately 40 Nm. For installing lockring, use of the sprocket chain whip tool is not required. Hold cassette cogs while turning tool counter-clockwise To install the cassette, lubricate the threads inside the cassette stack.
Using two chain whip tools, place first chain whip on second or third cog, holding it clockwise. Place second chain whip on first cog to rotate it counter-clockwise. This gives you better mechanical advantage. See image above. Rotate first cog counter-clockwise while holding the other chain whip.
This loosens first cog. Remove cog and pull off other cogs. Install cogs and spacers on freehub. Thread on smallest cog and secure clockwise with sprocket chain whip tool.May 02, · Having said that, does this normally turn out to be a worn cassette or hub? Bike is a Tomac Automatic 26er FS. #2. uzurpator. mtbr member Reputation: Join Date Dec Posts A hub, most likely. Cassettes rattle with a different sound Inspected the cassette and hub and don't see anything out of the ordinary. First thing I.