phonograph

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phonograph

(fō′nō-grăf) [″ + graphein, to write]
An instrument used for the reproduction of sounds recorded on vinyl.
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Even in this digital age, there are still millions of homes that have kept and still regularly use their old video cassette recorders and record players.
I have a record player but it is not working any more, it's a Hollandio all-in radio and record player.
YOU may recognise the Stereomaster record player (model 2018) featured in this Daily Post advert from October 14 1965.
Packaged in a '50s-style record player case with an 80-page linen-bound booklet, the elaborate $150 set - a perfect gift for the soul boy or girl in your life - contains 164 tracks (155 on seven CDs and nine tracks on a DVD of Charles at Newport), taking in the signature gospel/r&b hits (``It Should Have Been Me,'' ``I've Got a Woman,'' ``Greenbacks,'' ``Drown n My Own Tears,'' etc.
In another, a bicycle is profiled against the trees and sun in the background, with a record player spanning the foreground.
Before I had a record player I had a VCR, and I'd put on the Streets On Fire video really loud on my grandma's TV and skate up and down the sidewalk.
The car, which includes designer seats, soundproofing, electric windows and a record player, went under the hammer at Bonhams in San Francisco at the weekend.
A record player which I was given when I was six, " says Brydon who has just scooped best comedy actor at this year's British Comedy Awards for his BBC Two series Human Remains.
After the band finished filming A Hard Day's Night and appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show, McCartney rewarded himself by ordering an Aston Martin DB5 - fitted out with a Philips record player and a musical note pattern stitched into the leather upholstery.
I was messing with my dad's records and record player from when I was about six and heard my first mix tape when I was 10 and knew what I wanted to do.
But few may be remembered forever - as one in four people polled for Electrical Dreams had never heard of a record player.
She posed on an old record player to show off the latest underwear collection from Scottish lingerie firm Ultimo.