They were already angry that I had accused them of stealing my microcassette
recorder, had them empty their pockets, and had an administrator frisk Mecca.
Cost: A basic audio system with professional or high-end consumer equipment would cost between $8,000 and $11,000 and would allow playback, duplication, and repair of audiocassettes and microcassettes
recorders, DVRs are lighter and leaner--and offer hours of digital data storage rime without the need to purchase and store numerous cassettes.
A Price Club manager once apprehended Walton walking around a store making notes to himself with a microcassette
These include film and filmless cameras, Microcassette
and digital voice recorders, binoculars, film scanners, personal photo printers, medical and industrial endoscopes, biological and metallurgical microscopes and measuring instruments, clinical analyzers, and other high technology products.
Alternately, students might be allowed to maintain a written or verbal reaction or comment bin, using notepads or microcassette
recorders, to immediately record their thoughts for later discussion.
My household includes two school-boys, two functional (and one semi-functional) computers, two color and two black-and-white televisions, three boomboxes, two stereo systems, two videocassette recorders and two handheld microcassette
And not even directly by telephone, but, to be more precise, through its trusty, nearby, and normally under-utilized squire (hereafter UUS, pronounced--if you will forgive the allusion to bridge-and-tunnel-New-York English that surrounds me so--"yous", as in "yous guys"), the answering machine: a message (now hauntingly termed, in some quarters, "voice mail") left on tape, and, for that matter, on an ancient and otherwise unplayable Panasonic microcassette
, heretofore humble domain of announcements of new copyediting assignments or chiropractor tomorrow at three's.
Observations were either made directly (writing notes or speaking into a microcassette
recorder) or by video camera.
Coaches' comments to players during 30 time-outs at a high school girls' volleyball tournament and during 20 time-outs at a high school boys' basketball tournament were recorded by microcassette
and later transcribed and content analyzed.
Forty-nine of the interviews were taped using a microcassette
recorder; one client preferred to have notes taken by hand.
Other useful equipment includes a microcassette
recorder, which allows security personnel to take verbal notes (to be written down after the operation is over) while they observe a scene; a 35 mm camera with an 80 mm zoom lens for taking pictures of suspicious activity; binoculars; and communications equipment such as cell phones, radios, and alphanumeric pagers in the event that the countersurveillance team notices an attack in progress and needs to call police and other security personnel for immediate backup.