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What Is The History Of The Gramophone?

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During the 1870s to the 1980s the most commonly used device to play recorded sound from the LP's was gramophone. The first invention of the gramophone was known as the . This was invented by Edouard-Leon Scott. He later patented his invention on the 25th of March 1857. However the actual Gramophone was invented by Thomas Alva Edison. This gramophone could play and record sound. On the 29th of November, 1877 Edison made a public demonstration of his invention and on the 19th of February, 1878 he got his work patented as a US Patent 200,521.
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During the 1870s to the 1980s the most commonly used device to play recorded sound from the LP's was gramophone. The first invention of the gramophone was known as the Phonautograph. This was invented by Edouard-Leon Scott. He later patented his invention on the 25th of March 1857. However the actual Gramophone was invented by Thomas Alva Edison. This gramophone could play and record sound. On the 29th of November, 1877 Edison made a public demonstration of his invention and on the 19th of February, 1878 he got his work patented as a US Patent 200,521.

The gramophone could play full fledged audio without any hiccups. After the invention of the Gramophone, many hi-tech audio players like the CDs and DVDs have been made along the same lines.

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