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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Old record players for sale - RPM Music, Old George Court, Newcastle
And perhaps I'd better get one quick before the retro revival takes another swing backwards and all record players are sold with a horn and a compulsory Jack Russell.
Jeck, who will turn 57 this weekend, works with old records and record players salvaged from junk shops, which he plays as musical instruments.
Fisher-Price has a long history of tapping the power of modern technologies for young children, going back to record players and tape recorders," says Warren Buckleitner, editor of Children's Technology Review.
Adders secured second top spot in Division One behind Kirkwood thanks to a three-run success against New Record Players.
December 1, 1970: Brighouse Storthes Hall Society started its winter programme of helping patients by presenting record players to three wards and woodworking tools to a fourth.
He was credited with inventing the mobile disco after heaving two specially designed record players and a pile of the "latest" 78s into a village hall in 1947.
The Whirlwind arrived in Sheffield on a high after his victory in the recent Daily Record Players Championship.
The Whirlwind arrived in Sheffield on a high after his victory over Paul Hunter in the recent Daily Record Players Championship.
White, who will be 42 next mon th, defeated Paul Hunter 9-7 to win the Daily Record Players Championship.
WHIRLWIND Jimmy White reached his second ranking event final of the season when he beat Peter Ebdon 6-5 in the Daily Record Players Championship in Glasgow.
Welshman Dominic Dale was dumped out of the Daily Record Players Championship in Glasgow by local favourite Alan McManus yesterday.