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The Turntable

In the late nineteenth century, Edison designed the phonograph. In spite of the fact that this model did not resemble the models we know, the rule was the same. The sound was gotten by a film and the vibrations than punched into a chamber finished with tinfoil. Following several years the tinfoil and chambers were supplanted by vinyl records, and the turn table as we probably am aware it was conceived. The music was as yet gotten on a stomach and after that the vibrations were transported to a stylus. Tis stylus was then pushed onto a vinyl record and was in this way cutting scores in the vinyl. When playing such a record, the needle is set again on the vinyl. The depressions make the stylus vibrate in an indistinguishable route from the needle that was cutting the scores was vibrating. At the point when these vibrations than are transported to an intensifier, the sound is there once more! More about this history is to establish here snap, the entire tale about vinyl is recorded at this site.

Mass production

During the 50-70 of the 20th century, the turntable became mass produced. The