Vinyl is back! Revive sounds from a different era with this simple record player, composed of a turntable, arm with a needle and an amplifier. It may seem unreal but you’ll be assembling one.
8 years +
In 1856 a machine called phonautograph was built to drew sound waves over a drum blackened with smoke and allowed recordings but not play them. Years later, was created the first phonograph, a device that evolved into the current turntable.
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Remember you’ll be using just a common sewing steel needle or push-pin so you need to find one with proper diameter (not to thin nor to thick) to catch the groove of your record, otherwise it may slide over the record, scratch it or output a non recognizable sound. If you can, try even with a sapphire or diamond needle and check by yourself how sound is improved. Clean your needle whenever the point attracts dust over the record.