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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You could get it in the JC Whitney catalog and, of course, play them on your on-dash record player.
Gateshead Fell Tuns' Tony Glover claimed 4-33 - including a hat-trick - as hie side accounted for Old Record Players by just one run - 144-8 to 143-8.
One hundred years ago, the dealers who sold Edison phonographs gathered to talk about how to sell more record players.
through its subsidiaries, is engaged in the design, development, manufacture, assembly and marketing of audio products including digital receivers, stereo radio, double cassette records, video cassette players, record players, hi-fi component systems, video (TV) sets, video cassette records (VCRs), professional hi-fi amplifiers, clock radios, one piece telephones, and promotional items.
The Tuns amassed 144-8 against Old Record Players, A Wattley top-scoring with 1-1 and Tony Glover claiming 4-34.
STEPHEN HENDRY is running scared of Daily Record Players Champion Jimmy White after the Whirlwind's sensational triumph on Sunday night in Glasgow.
Jimmy White had double reason for celebration after reaching the semifinals of the Daily Record Players Championship in Glasgow.
Mark Williams afforded himself the luxury of a smile after reaching the last eight of the Daily Record Players Championship in Glasgow.
The 1998 world champion went down 5-4 to his fellow Scot at the Daily Record Players Championship but only after nearly pulling out of the match with illness.
Steve Davis moved into the last 16 of the Daily Record Players Championship with a 5-3 win over Australian prospect Neil Robertson.
The heady days of Dansette record players, a bit of rough and fumble on the Put-U-Up, record sleeves with the names of long-forgotten girlfriends and those really intimate ones used for smooching and making promises you had no intention of keeping.
It was one of those box record players with a lid with a mono speaker in the front grill.