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
Lucy said: "I want a record player because me and Tom have a lot of vinyl records."
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.
But there must be loads of people with record players in lofts that could br ing pleasure to people in need."
Jeck is best known for his Vinyl Requiem, performed in 1993, featuring 180 record players, 12 slide projectors and two film projectors.
The front room was full of wirelesses, radios, record players, on all sides, on tables, under the tables, on shelves.
To make matters worse Lar has his own collection of boy's toys - speakers, record players, LPs and electrical gear are stashed away under beds, in the children's wardrobes and in sheds.
Surrounded in performances and installations by numerous cast-off record players, Graeve can appear as a slightly disheveled or disorganized Philip Jeck, the Liverpool artist and turntablist who deploys arrays of mid-century Dansette phonographs.
"Of course, it would be completely dishonest to ignore the cheesy side of it, which is why we have Winnie the Pooh toy `disco record players' in the exhibit as well."
The device features a front panel for access to audio connections as well as the option to connect to digital devices, MIDI instruments, tape decks and record players.
The manner in which this is done--the interaction of pressure and electric potentials--is known as piezoelectricity, where piezo comes from the Greek word for "pressure." Crystals with piezoelectric properties came to form an essential portion of sound-electronic devices such as microphones and record players.
Adders secured second top spot in Division One behind Kirkwood thanks to a three-run success against New Record Players.