You'd think that, with the rise of CD burners and the fall in the price of CD-Rs, the lowly audiocassette's days would be numbered, and to most they are, right now boarding the same trolley that carried the eight-track, the wire recorder and Beta videotapes to oblivion (we still say audio reproduction reached its pinnacle with the wire recorder, but no one listens). A few of them stick around because they're workable, utilitarian formats (like the LP); could the audiocassette be one of these stubborn... More >>>