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  • Listen to Edison Sound Recordings - Thomas Edison National ...

    Edison merged the National Phonograph Company with several of his other companies in 1911 to form Thomas A. Edison, Incorporated. The following year, Thomas A. Edison, Incorporated introduced the Edison Diamond Disc record. Record production continued until 1929, when Edison left the entertainment phonograph business due to declining sales.

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  • History of the Edison Disc Phonograph

    Photograph of Thomas A. Edison listening to the New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. Advertisement in The Gramophone, December 1923. Cylinders peaked in popularity around 1905. After this, discs and disc players, most notably the Victrolas, began to dominate the market. Columbia Records, an Edison …

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  • Overview of the Diamond Disc Recordings by Genre (1912 ...

    Instrumental Selections on the Edison Diamond Discs (1912 - 1929)—Overview A wide array of instrumentals were offered in the Edison Diamond Disc …

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  • The Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. - Intertique

    The new Diamond Disc phonographs were unveiled in 1911 but didn't really work their way to the dealers until late 1912. The initial models included the A-60, A-150 and A-200. In 1916 the Diamond Disc was renamed 'The New Edison.'

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  • Edison Diamond Discs - Diamond Cut User Forum

    Edison promoted cylinders as the format of choice up through around 1912. He favored that format because the information density of the system remains constant throughout the play, unlike disc recordings wherein the information density increases vs time. Edison cylinders used the hill and dale method of recording (vertically

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  • Edison Diamond Disc records for sale - Intertique

    Call them what you will -- thick records, Edison records, Edison Re-Creations, most collectors refer to these as Edison Diamond Discs to distinguish them from Edison cylinder records. The Diamond Discs, which were engineered to run at 80 (not 78) rpm, should best be played on an Edison machine with an Edison reproducer and an Edison diamond …

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  • Edison Archives - The Antique Phonograph Society

    About Us. We are a worldwide society of 1000+ members who share a passion for the preservation of antique phonographs, gramophones and records. We encourage, promote, publish and present research on the history of sound recording and reproduction, including the machines that create and preserve these wonderful voices and sounds.

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  • Reproducer Made To Play 78 RPM Records on Edison Diamond ...

    If you have an Antique Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph Record Player ('Victrola' as some call them, just because most are a floor model machine), which came with the Diamond needle stylus that only plays the thick Edison Diamond Disc Records (1/4' thick), this Playing Head (Reproducer) is designed to be used in place of the Edison Factory One, so that you can then use regular steel needles and ...

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  • The Phonograph Reproducer/Sound-Box -- Where Sound Begins

    Whereas a Victor Sound-Box will play neither a Pathe record nor an Edison record, and an Edison reproducer is no good for non-Edison records, certain models made by these other companies can play anything. For example, these machines often have the ball-like sapphire needed to play Pathe records.

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    This Vicsonia is complete with its original box! New gasket installed as well, and gold plating cleaned. To install you remove your Exhibition or #2 soundbox and install this in its place. The Vicsonia must be adjusted to the right angle on the tone arm.

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  • 78 Record Restoration - Enhancedaudio.com

    After the record was invented by Thomas Edison in 1870, a new flatter format was sought to replace the cylinder recordings used by Edison. In 1900, 78 records arrived on the scene. These 10 inch records were easier to store and had very large grooves (much larger than both 45s and LPs).

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  • Disk Transcription - AuldWorks

    Acoustic era disks, as you might expect, varied a good deal; while the 10 inch disc was probably the most common, there were other diameters, including oversize discs of 14 inches or so. And disc thickness varied as well; Edison Diamond …

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    Contact Us An initiative of the UC Santa Barbara Library • (805) 893-5444 • Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9010. Direct questions or comments about the project or this page to the project staff or visit the help pages .

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  • Edison Archives - The Antique Phonograph Society

    About Us. We are a worldwide society of 1000+ members who share a passion for the preservation of antique phonographs, gramophones and records. We encourage, promote, publish and present research on the history of sound recording and reproduction, including the machines that create and preserve these wonderful voices and sounds.

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  • Edison Diamond Disc records for sale - Intertique

    Call them what you will -- thick records, Edison records, Edison Re-Creations, most collectors refer to these as Edison Diamond Discs to distinguish them from Edison cylinder records. The Diamond Discs, which were engineered to run at 80 (not 78) rpm, should best be played on an Edison machine with an Edison reproducer and an Edison diamond …

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    The most striking feature of Edison Diamond Disc records is their thickness. Most of this thickness is due to the presence …

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  • Edison Army Navy Diamond Disc Phonograph World War I ...

    When the war ended he was given the phonograph to bring home. Edison only made this particular model for the year 1917. When the war ended they no longer produced them. It is marked model 'Special'. I have taken several photos and added a youtube video so you can hear it play. The sound is very good and loud coming out of it.

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  • How to Play 78s

    Most people also know that records come in two different speeds – the majority records are played at 33 1/3 …

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  • The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] - Collection Site ...

    The cylinder recordings available here are an online project started in 1998 by Norman Bruderhofer, a phonograph collector and audio preservationist from Germany. Dedicated to the invention and development of the phonograph, the Cylinder …

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    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for RARE! WORKS! 1920 'William & Mary' Edison Diamond Disc 250 Phonograph +30 discs at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!

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  • History of Edison Sound Recordings

    The Edison Diamond Discs offered excellent sound, but were not compatible with other disc players. The advent of radio caused business to sour in the 1920's. Edison gave in to the popular trend and offered lateral-cut records and accompanying portable players in the summer of 1929, before recording production at Edison ceased forever in October ...

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  • Edison gramophones - price guide and values

    An early Edison console model diamond disc Gramophone, with two reproducers long play and standard. Date c. 1928, oak case with turned stretcher. Date c. 1928, oak case with turned stretcher. Dimensions 89 cm x 0 cm.

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  • Edison Archives - The Antique Phonograph Society

    About Us. We are a worldwide society of 1000+ members who share a passion for the preservation of antique phonographs, gramophones and records. We encourage, promote, publish and present research on the history of sound recording and reproduction, including the machines that create and preserve these wonderful voices and sounds.

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  • Edison Records Label

    The most striking feature of Edison Diamond Disc records is their thickness. Most of this thickness is due to the presence …

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  • Antique phonograph, Edison, Victrola, and music box parts ...

    Edison recorder. Edison two minute recorder for use in recording your own two minute cylinders. More info. sold: Item no 901: Adapter - 78rpm records to Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. This aftermarket adapter will allow you to play regular, lateral cut 78rpm records on your Edison Diamond Disc phonograph.

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    Powerful. If cleaned using the suggested procedure and with The Disc Doctor's Miracle Record Cleaner and Brushes, one cleaning is all a disc will ever need. Versatile. Use on LPs, 45s, Shellac & Plastic 78s, Edison Diamond Discs, Acetates and Lacquers. Cleaning Solutions.

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    Radio Transcription Playback. Many people, when confronted with the task of playing back an old 16 inch transcription disk, will attempt to do so with any old turtable that will accept a disk …

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  • Edison Lateral adapter for Diamond Disc Phonograph with ...

    Edison Phonograph Diamond Disc Model A 100 - Turn Table Poor Felt- Part TH AU 74.10 AU 79.67 previous price AU 79.67 7% off 7% off previous price AU 79.67 7% off

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    Discussion of DCart Live and Millennium. This forum is for our users to buy, sell and trade audio equipment and related accessories. Use this forum to exchange presets for all DC5,6 ,7 & 8 as well as Live5, 6, 7 & 7.5 To use this forum just attach your preset archive (.zip) to your post. Use the Preset Manager to export your user presets.

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  • Playing an Edison Diamond Disc on a modern turntable ...

    2011-10-19 · For most Edison Diamond discs I use a 300 Hz bass turn to enhance the bass and 3180 Hz treble roll-off to reduce the high frequency noise. For a very clean disc you would use a higher treble roll-off and for very bad discs you would make it lower. Phil

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  • Listen to Edison Sound Recordings - Thomas Edison National ...

    Edison merged the National Phonograph Company with several of his other companies in 1911 to form Thomas A. Edison, Incorporated. The following year, Thomas A. Edison, Incorporated introduced the Edison Diamond Disc record. Record production continued until 1929, when Edison left the entertainment phonograph business due to declining sales.

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  • History of Edison Sound Recordings

    The Edison Diamond Discs offered excellent sound, but were not compatible with other disc players. The advent of radio caused business to sour in the 1920's. Edison gave in to the popular trend and offered lateral-cut records and accompanying portable players in the summer of 1929, before recording production at Edison ceased forever in October ...

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  • Getting started with Edison

    SUCCESS: If the robot makes the ‘success’ sound, unplug it from the EdComm cable, then press the triangle (play) button on Edison one time to run the program. If the program runs successfully in the Edison robot, your programming device is ready to use! There’s nothing further you need to do to set-up your device.

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  • History of Edison Sound Recordings

    The Edison Diamond Discs offered excellent sound, but were not compatible with other disc players. The advent of radio caused business to sour in the 1920's. Edison gave in to the popular trend and offered lateral-cut records and accompanying portable players in the summer of 1929, before recording production at Edison ceased forever in October ...

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  • Early Sound Recording Collection and Sound Recovery ...

    Background on the Early History of Recorded SoundIn 1877, Thomas Edison invented the phonograph, the first machine that could record sound and play it back. On the first audio recording Edison recited, “Mary had a little lamb. Its fleece was white as snow. And everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go.” Edison recordings were made on tin foil and could sustain

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  • Disc Recording - Edison, Double-Sided, 'Inca Rhapsodie, No ...

    Produced by Edison, United States. Technology: Edison Diamond disc. Classification: classical instruments. Year Recorded: 1920. Year Pressed: 1920-1929. Carlos Valderrama was a Peruvian pianist and composer, who travelled to villages and persuaded the INDIGENOUS PEOPLE to play for him their tribal music.

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    Edison Phonograph Diamond disc.My Blue Heavan/The Calindra. Yoeng's Orchestra.Very good unworn play surfaces. Small area of damage to spindle hole. Will not affect playing. GenreDance. Record SizeSingle, EP (10-Inch) Speed78RPM. Country/Region of ManufactureUnited States.

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  • CYLINDER RECORD IDENTIFICATION! - Tripod

    From 1912-1914 the Blue Amberols were made from direct recorded masters, and after 1914, the masters for the Blue Amberols were dubbed acoustically from Edison Diamond Disc records, and some titles in 1929, when production of music records ceased, the master cylinders were electrically dubbed from Diamond Disc…

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  • Forums - Diamond Cut User Forum

    Discussion of DCart Live and Millennium. This forum is for our users to buy, sell and trade audio equipment and related accessories. Use this forum to exchange presets for all DC5,6 ,7 & 8 as well as Live5, 6, 7 & 7.5 To use this forum just attach your preset archive (.zip) to your post. Use the Preset Manager to export your user presets.

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  • Getting started with Edison

    SUCCESS: If the robot makes the ‘success’ sound, unplug it from the EdComm cable, then press the triangle (play) button on Edison one time to run the program. If the program runs successfully in the Edison robot, your programming device is ready to use! There’s nothing further you need to do to set-up your device.

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  • Edison gramophones - price guide and values

    An early Edison console model diamond disc Gramophone, with two reproducers long play and standard. Date c. 1928, oak case with turned stretcher. Date c. 1928, oak case with turned stretcher. Dimensions 89 cm x 0 cm.

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  • The sound that changed the world: Edison's phonograph ...

    The diamond-disc players used a special diamond stylus to read discs, and those discs wouldn’t play on the copycat phonographs made by Edison’s business rivals.

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  • Thomas Edison, Chemist - American Chemical Society

    phonograph was discovered, the years of arduous work on its development by Edison and others dealt largely with the composition and handling of materials for records— again a chemical problem.” —Byron M. Vanderbilt, Thomas Edison, Chemist, 1971 Thomas Alva Edison is an unparalleled figure in the history of the United States.

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  • Edison Amberola Phonographs - Intertique

    By 1909 the cylinder business was becoming increasingly moribund, with Edison the only remaining major player in the United States. Ever loyal, however, to his faithful, rural cylinder clientele, Edison …

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  • Variety Stage: Audio Sampler

    Edison 50454, recorded 1917 WAV version of this recording. Accordionist Pietro Frosini is described an Edison record catalog, circa 1927: 'Frosini is considered one of the best accordion players now before the public. His success in vaudeville throughout the United States has been, as they say, terrific.' This selection he wrote himself.

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  • Edison C250/C19 Database; Production Estimates 1915-1925 ...

    Click on the links below for detailed data on the classic Edison “Chippendale” Disc Phonograph (C 250 C 19). This data is intended as a companion to the four-part series of articles by Francis W. Pratt titled, The Edison …

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  • Tim Gracyk's Phonographs, Singers, and Old Records ...

    Information about Victrola Needles. by Tim Gracyk. Steel needles were needed for nearly all disc machines made from 1900 to the 1930s! Above is a Victor machine circa 1910 with a steel needle inserted in a soundbox. The soundbox is the circular device at the end of the tonearm. I'll start with a joke.

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  • Thomas Alva Edison

    Flat disc records didn't sound as good as cylinders, but they were easier to store and the machines that played them were much cheaper than Edison's. By 1901, both Victor and Columbia were establishing the flat disc business in the United States, and over time, the sound of the records would improve.

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    Set of 4 pieces, 4 1/8' long & 3/8' wide. Made of the same material used in Disc Doctor brushes. This allows owners of record cleaning machines to replace the vacuum wand felt strips with Disc Doctor quality strips. Made of the same material used in Disc Doctor brushes.

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  • Edison Diamond Disc Long Play Listing - The Antique ...

    Edison Diamond Disc Long Play Listing. ... We encourage, promote, publish and present research on the history of sound recording and reproduction, including the machines that create and preserve these wonderful voices and sounds. To that end, our Society maintains informative articles on its website which are open to the public, as well as an ...

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  • Edison Blue Amberol Cylinders

    Edison Royal Purple Amberol Record: 29050. 1920. (Dubbed from Diamond Disc matrix 5749.) Essentially …

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  • Thomas Edison’s Amberola – Pipestone County Museum

    Edison began mass-producing cylinder phonographs with external sound horns in the late 1890s. These machines employed a brown/tan wax cylinder that played for a span of two minutes. By around 1905, however, the cylinder trade was in decline as flat disc 78rpm machines began to outsell their cylinder competitors.

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    Edison Disc Phonographs and the Diamond Discs By George L Frow This book contains detailed descriptions of the diamond disc phonographs, various models, and the records that play on the machine. Now available in paperback, 293 pages. Price: 24.95 Edison Blue Amberol Recordings 1912-1914 by Ronald Dethlefson

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  • The Auxetophone. - Douglas Self

    Edison Diamond Disc phonographs can punch out a whopping 95-100 dB. An Auxetophone at the 'threshold of pain' …

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  • Chronology: 1879-1931 - The Edison Papers

    The disc phonograph is exhibited at the Boston Electric Show; by the end of the year, it is being marketed throughout the United States. Nov 9 Frank Dyer resigns as president of Thomas A. Edison, Inc.; Edison subsequently assumes the presidency of his company and remains in that position until 1926.

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  • EQ OLD RECORDS - midimagic.sgc-hosting.com

    Edison records are 1/4' thick. Odd thicknesses can prevent play, or foul a record changer. Record diameter: This is important only if automatic play is being used, or if the record is very large or very small. 12-inch, 10-inch, and 7-inch records are industry-standard sizes. 8-inch, 6 inch, and 4-inch records were also made in abundant quantities.

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    Turn on [NOISE REDUCTION], you can hear the noise-removed audio. Turn it off, it will play the original audio. Press [LEARN] where the playback has only noises, Soundsoup 5 will learn noises and subtract them from all the audio. [NOISE ONLY] will just play the noises for you. Image: How to remove video noise with Soundsoup 5?

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  • A Guide to Playing 78rpm Records - The AHRC Research ...

    To play 78s you need the following equipment: 1. A turntable with variable speed adjustment, covering a range from about 60 to 90 rpm. Several are available to do this. 2. A good quality tone arm, containing a stereo cartridge, and styli that have been retipped for playing 78s. 3.

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    Ready to learn a new card game? Forget the rules to an old favorite? We have comprehensive rules for some of the …

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  • Edison Invents the Phonograph - America's Library

    Edison Invents the Phonograph. Thomas Edison created many inventions, but his favorite was the phonograph. While working on improvements to the telegraph and the telephone, Edison figured out a way to record sound …

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  • The Edison Shop - Cylinder Phonograph Reproducers

    An assortment of different cylinder reproducers exist.Each was designed with a specific purpose and in some instances using the incorrect one can damage or destroy irreplaceable recordings. I will attempt to describe all of the reproducers (and recorders) associated with the Edison line of entertainment phonographs produced from the mid-1890's until the closure of the phonograph works in 1929.

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    Thomas Alva Edison is an unparalleled figure in the history of the United States. Born into a middle-class family in the American Midwest during the 1840s and with little formal education, Edison became a household name for his inventions that ushered in a new era of modernity with light and sound …

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    The first Edison recording featuring Hart as a solo artist was issued in March 1919: Hays' 'Mollie Darling' (Blue Amberol 3682; Diamond Disc 80444). On Diamond Discs he sings duets with Leola Lucey, including 'Kentucky Dreams' (80458), issued in July 1919, and 'Call of the Cosey Little Home' (50556), issued in September 1919.

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    The Edison Company made money on cylinders into the 1920s though from 1914 onwards it also pushed thick Diamond Discs, which had superior sound. If someone tells you that Thomas Edison was a bad businessman if only because he continued to issue cylinders into the 1920s, don't believe it! He still made money on them since they were cheap to produce.

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    States in the Senate. Learn about your state's place in Senate history. Plan a Visit to the Capitol. Your visit to the historic U.S…

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    The Collier offerings will now be (L to R in the photos below) Nighthawk, Rock Candy, Burnished Gold, Persimmon Swirl, and Antique Marble. As with all of our Production Line Pens, these can only be purchased for through our retailers listed here for 169. If anyone has any questions, please reach out! Brian at Edison.

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    Our price £46.00. Cartridge Stabiliser & De-resonator. A soft copper Cartridge Stabiliser that adds mass to your arm allowing the better use of the 78 rpm …

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  • Flashback 1981: RCA Unveils the CED Videodisc Player ...

    Thirty-six years ago this month, RCA introduced its long-awaited videodisc player, nine years after it demonstrated that it was possible to store color video on, and play it back from, an LP-like 12-inch disc…

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  • Vinyl Stylus Shapes Explained - Sound Matters

    In simple terms the stylus (or needle) is the tip that tracks your vinyl record. Most styli are made from industrial diamonds (sometimes sapphire), but diamond is the material of choice as it’s the hardest material known to man. (On the mohs scale of mineral hardness, diamonds …

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  • Edison Invents the Phonograph - America's Library

    Edison Invents the Phonograph. Thomas Edison created many inventions, but his favorite was the phonograph. While working on improvements to the telegraph and the telephone, Edison figured out a way to record sound …

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  • The Edison Shop - Cylinder Phonograph Reproducers

    An assortment of different cylinder reproducers exist.Each was designed with a specific purpose and in some instances using the incorrect one can damage or destroy irreplaceable recordings. I will attempt to describe all of the reproducers (and recorders) associated with the Edison line of entertainment phonographs produced from the mid-1890's until the closure of the phonograph works in 1929.

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  • Thomas Edison, Chemist - American Chemical Society

    Thomas Alva Edison is an unparalleled figure in the history of the United States. Born into a middle-class family in the American Midwest during the 1840s and with little formal education, Edison became a household name for his inventions that ushered in a new era of modernity with light and sound …

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  • Records Archives - The Antique Phonograph Society

    About Us. We are a worldwide society of 1000+ members who share a passion for the preservation of antique phonographs, gramophones and records. We encourage, promote, publish and present research on the history of sound recording and reproduction, including the machines that create and preserve these wonderful voices and sounds.

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    Author: David Hoehl - TNT USA Published: January, 2018 Part II: The Nitty Gritty Part I of this two-part series was an overview of the Edison …

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  • Tim Gracyk's Phonographs, Singers, and Old Records ...

    The first Edison recording featuring Hart as a solo artist was issued in March 1919: Hays' 'Mollie Darling' (Blue Amberol 3682; Diamond Disc 80444). On Diamond Discs he sings duets with Leola Lucey, including 'Kentucky Dreams' (80458), issued in July 1919, and 'Call of the Cosey Little Home' (50556), issued in September 1919.

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    Our price £46.00. Cartridge Stabiliser & De-resonator. A soft copper Cartridge Stabiliser that adds mass to your arm allowing the better use of the 78 rpm …

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    NoiseGator is a light-weight noise gate application that routes audio through an audio input to an audio output. In real-time the audio level is analysed and if the average level is higher than the threshold the audio bypasses as normal. However, if the average level goes below the threshold, the gate closes and the audio is cut.

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  • Vinyl Stylus Shapes Explained - Sound Matters

    In simple terms the stylus (or needle) is the tip that tracks your vinyl record. Most styli are made from industrial diamonds (sometimes sapphire), but diamond is the material of choice as it’s the hardest material known to man. (On the mohs scale of mineral hardness, diamonds …

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