Cassette tapes might not have the audiophile cool of LPs. Or the durability of CDs. But for a long while, they were the medium of choice for plenty of folks, and damned near ubiquitous in cars. If you've got an older car, like me, you may appreciate this cassette player hack, which turns an ordinary line-in cassette adaptor into a Bluetooth-enabled one. There's something satisfyingly retro about this particular hack, which takes an ordinary cassette car adaptor and makes it Bluetooth compatible. Sure, it doesn't charge while you're playing it, which would be great, but otherwise I could see myself using this a lot in my ancient rusty old ride. [Hacking Projects via Hack A Day]
Cassettes Are Nice -- But They Really Need More Bluetooth
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