K7 tapes ... Wow, they were part of my life until half of my teenage years. I remember as if it were today: I spinning the tape reel to I listen to the best moment of the song or recording that special that was happening on the band radio that I'm a fan holding the radio recording button. Not forgetting that the guarantee I had that was recording was to look through the clear viewfinder and see that the reel of the tape was spinning.
The problem was when the tape was locked inside the radio or the tape movie rolled. The work was immense to undo the knot of the film and the fear of losing that tape with his favorite songs was what is compared today to the fear that many people have to leave home without the cell phone. It was tense. The infallible technique was to use the pencil to turn the spool of ribbon. Who remembers? 😁
Good times. The K7 tape has taught us the great value that music has for us. That characteristic noise of the recording, a half-muffled sound was a characteristic and striking noise that sent us back to good times.