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gramophone

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on 23 April 2010

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Emile Burliner 1851-1929 Gramophone In more modern usage, this device is often called a turntable, record player, or record changer. When used in conjunction with a mixer as part of a DJ set up, they are often called decks. The famous phonograph was the fourth device for recording and replaying sound The granophone looks like a horn. It is really big and it looks like it is really loud. How it works is there is a thing on it that is called a keypad thing. You can call people on it and you can hear people really loud and clear.

consisting of a flat disc with an inscribed, modulated spiral groove. Born in Hanover, Germany in 1851, Berliner migrated to the United States of America in 1870, where he lived in Washington, D.C. Emile Berliner was the inverter of the gramophone. He invented November 8th 1887.

Emile invented this in the U.K. Thomas Edison invented the phonogram this was the first thing that recorded sound. Berliner’s invention was the first record player.

Emile’s first dick was glass then zinc and finally plastic. Berliner’s legacy also lives on in his trademark a picture of a dig listening to his masters voice being played from a gramophone, the dogs name was nipper. He worked on improving the playback machine with Elridge Johnson. This man made a spring motor for the gramophone. The motor made the tunable revolve at an even speed and there was no more hand cranking of the invention. Emile founded the Berliner Gram-o-phone Company in Montreal, Canada the Deutsche Grammophon in Germany and the U.K. based Gramophone Co.
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