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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MINI systems will probably exclude a record deck, but will have hi-tech features like remote control for the radio, twin cassette deck and CD player.
RECORD DECK CASSETTE COPY TO CD CD RECORDER & PLAYER AM/FM RADIO CD PLAYER
Most of the systems I see now are all multi-play, USB port, record deck, tape and CD but I don't need all that, I just want to play my records.
JAY Brown became hooked on clubbing music when he tried a friend's record deck for fun.
Clearly miffed, he left and quickly joined BSR, the record deck manufacturer, at the huge Wollaston plant, near Stourbridge.
Jay, who initially trained as a chef, became hooked on a diet of clubbing music when he tried a friend's record deck for fun.
The USB Turntable iTT 05 is an innovative record deck that allows you to take your vinyl and convert them via your PC into MP3, WAV or WMA digital files, or simply copy them to a CD.
US-based Emerson owns 51 per cent of Astec, which is the successor to the Midland record deck company BSR and has several operations in the Midlands, but now has the support of only three nominee directors on the ten-man board.
Finished in real oak or mahogany wood veneer, this classically designed sound system, comprising an FM and MW radio, a record deck, a CD and a tape player, answers all your musical needs.
The court heard Wilson had paid for the record deck and admitted the assault.
Then he tried to be a trendy DJ by mixing it up on a record deck, as aides shuffled and looked at their feet.