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Since the release of the "long playing" record players in 1931 they became the favorite in music entertainment, dominating the market until the release of digital compact disc in 1983. Although in recent years there has been a resurgence of vinyl sales, jumping over seventeen percent as of 2012.
How It Works
Engraved into surface of a rotating vinyl cylinder are physical sound vibration waveforms. A stylus traces the impressed grooves in the disc creating vibrations and playing the recorded sounds.
way back when...
In the late 1890's Emile Berliner released the first disc record gramophone for commercial use, a new and innovative development in audio technology. Berliner's gramophone was a successor to Thomas Edison's phonograph. Before it's introduction into the market live music was the only source of musical entertainment.
What they are today
A technology with a long and rich history, the record player is a valuable device in listening to and experiencing music. It's not ready to die out. Records were to be the precursor to CDs, DVDs and turntables. No point in denying it - we all use those today. So let's thank our friend the record for helping us out in some way, shape or form
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SOUND BOX SUPPORT