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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Just when you think it couldn't get any funkier, the company is also releasing a record player in a brief-f case in June.
As I entered, I immediately recognized the music on the record player.
Instead, it works like the stylus of a record player, albeit on a much smaller scale.
EndX and Progressive Gaming International have recently launched their latest jointly developed product, a new version of TableLink(TM) a versatile table based system that enables casinos to comprehensively track and record player activity at every table in real time.
His son bought two vinyl records while on a trip to London and then had to buy a record player.
Kelly was lying on a single bed with a tartan cover, and there was that girl again with the odd hairstyle, and she was shaking her head in a frenzy and twisting as she danced to a song blasting from that record player - You Really Got Me, by The Kinks.
And in a nod to times gone by, the list is completed by the digital watch, VCR and record player.
The 1969 sleeve was styled like a stacking record player with a clock face, pizza, film-reel can and a tyre piled beneath the glace cherry-decked cake.
The blue Aston Martin was delivered to his accountants in London in September 1964 and included several extra features including chrome wire wheels and even a record player.
Ian Hall Director of Communication, Natural Hydration Council MAY I ask through the Echo if anybody out there has an old-fashioned record player they don't want.
Remember the Sixties, when music came out of a record player and you met your pals face-to-face instead of communicating via social networking sites?
ZENA SAYS: This antique-style record player (above) plays vinyl singles, LPs and shellac 78s, and has a CD and cassette player and AM/FM tuner.