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The Decepticon Mini-Cassettes are a sub-group of Decepticons (and in a single case, a Predacon) from the Generation One continuity family.
Madman comic Soundwave ejects tapes

Eject! Operation: Illustration.

The Decepticon Mini-Cassettes, also known as Cassetticons, are Decepticons (and in one case, a Predacon) who, on Earth, transform into analog audio cassettes. They can fit into Soundwave's chest compartment, though their apparent relationship to Soundwave varies depending on continuity.

Many of the characters have communication or espionage roles. Also, many of them are redecos.

In the days of Megatron, Decepticons developed the art of espionage using cassette technology.

Teletraan II, from the Secret Files of Teletraan II


Japanese name: Cassettron


The Decepticon Mini-Cassettes consist of:

Frenzy type
Laserbeak type
Ravage type
Combiners
Dinosaurs
Miscellaneous

Fiction

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Toys

Frenzy mold
  • Frenzy
  • Rumble
  • Enemy, whose only transformable toy was permanently attached to a radio bigger than he was.
Laserbeak mold
Ravage mold
Other molds
This is an entirely new-mold version of the character, still transforming from jaguar to a cassette compatible with G1 Soundwave / Blaster. However, since Hasbro no longer assumes modern children will know what a cassette is, this mode will be interpreted as a manner of prisoner transport used by Hound.
  • Ravage, Universe (2008). This is an entirely new-mold version of the character, still transforming from jaguar to a cassette compatible with G1 Soundwave / Blaster. However, since Hasbro no longer assumes modern children will know what a cassette is, this mode will be interpreted as a manner of prisoner transport used by Hound.

Notes

  • This sub-group was called Decepticon Cassettes in the 1984 toy catalog, but Decepticon Mini-Cassettes in all subsequent catalogs.
  • A 1986 Toys "R" Us Transformers: The Movie sticker book once used the term "Recordicon" in reference to Laserbeak.
  • In episode 38 of Beast Wars, it was revealed that Ravage was modified to fit inside a compartment on his ship.

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