WALKMONs by Sticky Monster Lab



I don't know what these are for, but I want them.

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WALKMON F10
WALKMON DC2
WALKMON F45
WALKMON TPS-L2
WALKMON WM-7

WALKMON F10 #stickymonsterlab

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WALKMON DC2 #stickymonsterlab

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WALKMON F45 #stickymonsterlab

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WALKMON TPS-L2 #stickymonsterlab

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WALKMON WM-7 #stickymonsterlab

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I've never personally owned any of these fancy brand "portable cassette players", making do with more affordable "alternative" / relatively nameless brands the cheap that I was/am, in my teens, and have always wondered if the sound quality would be better otherwise with the "branded brand"-makes... Even now, I am interested in getting a walkman (or Discman, for that matter), as I still own a ridiculous number of cassette tapes and Compact Discs!

Would be a waste to just chuck them away, no? Heh.

For folks who have no idea WHAT a "Walkman" is (*I will not judge you), here's a little video "how-to", coutesy of Chris "Starlord" Pratt!


WHAT-IS: "Walkman is a Sony brand tradename, originally used for portable audio cassette players from the late 1970s onwards. In more recent years, it has been used by Sony to market digital portable audio/video MP3 players, as well as a line of Sony Ericsson mobile phones introduced in 2005. The Sony Walkman was blue and silver which contained bulky buttons. It also included an extra audio jack so two people could listen at a time.

The original Walkman cassette player, released in 1979, changed music listening habits by allowing people to listen to their music in stereo whilst on the move. This could turn everyday tasks like commuting and running into pleasurable experiences, give commuters a sense of privacy, and add a soundtrack to urban surroundings."
(Wiki)

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