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  • Edison Diamond Disc Long Play Listing - The Antique ...

    Edison Diamond Disc Long Play Listing Click Here for the Listing. About Us. We are a worldwide society of 1000+ members who share a passion for the preservation of antique phonographs, gramophones and records. We encourage, promote, publish and present research on the history of sound recording and reproduction, including the machines that ...

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  • 1926 EDISON LONG PLAY DIAMOND DISC

    2010-12-12 · Edison’s amazing new Long Playing Diamond Disc would hold 24 minutes for a 10” record, and 40 minutes on a 12” record. Still running at 80 rpm, the playing time of these innovative records is comparable to a modern Vinyl LP. The idea was that people could sit down for dinner, wind up the Edison Phonograph, and enjoy uninterrupted pleasant ...

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  • History of Edison Sound Recordings | Articles and

    2021-7-30 · The Edison Diamond Discs offered excellent sound, but were not compatible with other disc players. The advent of radio caused business to sour in the 1920's. Edison gave in to the popular trend and offered lateral-cut records and accompanying portable players in the summer of 1929, before recording production at Edison ceased forever in October ...

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  • Very Early Recorded Sound - Thomas Edison National ...

    Handel Festival: 'Israel In Egypt' - excerpt On note with cylinder: 'A chorus of 4000 voices recorded with phonograph over 100 yards away' Composed by: G.F. Handel Conducted by: August Manns Record format: Edison yellow paraffine cylinder Recorded by: Col. George Gouraud, foreign sales agent for Thomas Edison

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  • R-115-Y Edison DD ADAPTER and REPRODUCER to

    Edison Disc Phonographs and the Diamond Discs By George L Frow This book contains detailed descriptions of the diamond disc phonographs, various models, and the records that play on the machine. Now available in paperback, 293 pages. Price: 24.95 Edison Blue Amberol Recordings 1912-1914 by Ronald Dethlefson

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  • Phonograph Books & Manuals - VICTROLA REPAIR

    2014-9-12 · A rather wide diamond stylus tracks the disc surface with a servo mechanism reading tracking signals adjacent to the capacitance-encoded signal pits on the disc surface. Because the stylus force is spread over several adjacent signal channels, estimated disc life is longer than RCA's system- about 10,000 plays per disc.

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  • Spotter's Guide to the Edison Standard Phonograph -

    2014-8-12 · Edison Diamond Disc found here at a competitive price. In today's economy it's vital to get the most you can for your purchasing dollar when searching for what you need. The ultimate way to get the most for your money these days in by buying online. eBay is recognized as the best internet shopping site with all the most competitive pricing, fastest shipping and best customer service.

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  • Encountering Antique Phonographs - The Antique

    The Edison C-150 aka (Sheraton Design) was introduced in 1915, priced at 150, mahogany was the most common finish, metal parts are nickel plated. If this is your first Edison Diamond Disc machine, it’s a great machine to start learning. Parts are widely available and the machine is very reliable.

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  • Edison Diamond Disc | Phonograph Store

    R-115-W Adapter (Attachment) with Reproducer to play 78’s on Edison DD Phonograph. 175.00. Out of stock. Add to Wishlist. SKU: R-115-W Categories: Disc/Flat, Needles Styluses, Reproducers & Related Parts. Featured Products. RS-50 Fifty RECORD SLEEVES (folders, jackets) for 10' 78s 24.00. R-130X Edison Oxidized Diamond Disc Reproducer ...

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  • Antique Radio Forums • View topic - edison C-150??

    This is a new Pathe needle for playing Pathe Hill and Dale recorded records. The needle is rounded instead of pointed like the steel needles or Edison Diamond Disc needle. The brass shank fits into the needle part of the Pathe reproducer and the locking nut tightens the collet to hold it in.

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  • How record players and gramophones work - Explain

    Information about Victrola Needles. by Tim Gracyk. Steel needles were needed for nearly all disc machines made from 1900 to the 1930s! Above is a Victor machine circa 1910 with a steel needle inserted in a soundbox. The soundbox is the circular device at the end of the tonearm. I'll start with a joke.

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  • R-115-W Adapter (Attachment) with Reproducer to

    This has its original, excellent condition Edison 3-tier mica diaphragm, and it sounds big, bright, and accurate! Everything is correct, NO AMATEUR REPAIRS! My workshop restores antique phonograph reproducers exclusively. This example has an original copper alloy diaphragm. Ready to play! You will be 100% satisfied with this reproducer. I ...

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