How A Record Player Works?


Sound is the effect of vibrations of particles that occurs over a medium. Edison developed ways to record or imprint the sound waves so that they can turn back into sound. He designed a machine based on this mechanism. It has the name of phonograph. When sound waves move to the receiving end, the membranes in turn vibrate, and the needle etches and groves over the foil. In this way music records.

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