Phonograph

Where would our world be?

What's a phonograph?

A phonograph is an invention created by Thomas Edison in 1877. This invention is a mechanical recording and reproduction of sound, and it's also known as a record player or gramophones. This device was used for listening to music and other recordings during the mid-1980's. To record sound, you wrap tinfoil around a metal cylinder. Then a needle attached to the diaphragm is placed against the cylinder, which was rotated by a hand crank. When someone speaks into the mouthpiece the vibrations move the diaphragm a the needle vibrates, which is how they record the noise. Then the noises will play back nearly just the same as the sound was recorded from the indents of the tinfoil.

what are the benifits to havng the phonograph made back then?

The phonograph has made a huge roll in our life now, because now we can record things, and we can also listen to music. If there was a world without music it would be a very sad life. By the way with out the phonograph you wouldn't be able to listen to the video below! This invention has effected so many lives, it would be a whole different world, and you wouldn't be able to listen to things because of the inspiration to do so.

Bibliography

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"Invention of the Phonograph." YouTube. YouTube, n.d. Web. 19 Jan. 2016.

Invention of the Phonograph