What Did The Phonograph Do?


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The phonograph was an early model of the record player, a cylinder was placed on a tube and a needle was driven across the tube by using a hand crank, when a person spoke into a large flower like funnel while turning the crank the vibration from the needle would imprint markings on the slate cylinder, after which the person would move the needle back to the start position and rotate the hand crank again to listen to the recording.

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