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.
When I was 15 he did buy my own record player. It was a pale green Dansette and was second hand but I thought it was marvellous.
Huff has arranged these objects in such ironical displays as "Tonto's Revenge Dance Party," complete with disco lights and headphones, in which a plastic Lone Ranger figure is tied to the spindle of a record player while a toy Indian on a pony sits on a red record.
A What you have there is a really good-looking record player, inspired by Scandinavian design.
Pictures to give readers the chance to win an amazing record player plus other Annabelle goodies.
BACK IN TIME FOR THE WEEKEND BBC2, 8pm The Ashby-Hawkins family (below) sample life in the 1960s and with more money to go around, there's more fun to be had, including a trip to the seaside, a Dansette record player for Daisy and even their own Mini.
Washington, December 14 ( ANI ): Elvis Presley's record player has been sold at an auction to a German bidder for more than double its expected price.
Also tonight, his friend Nico gets on the wrong side of an invention called The Widow's Tear which looks like a portable record player, redesigned as an instrument of torture.
Why don't I just play what I've got?" I had an old Dansette record player and started listening to vinyl again.
Box 472, Whitinsville, Mass., 01588, is interested in the record player that can play 78 rpm records.
You'll get a super-rare 7in vinyl box set version of the band's new album Shine - plus a great record player.