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1878 Edison voice recording unveiled

The oldest playable recording of an American voice and first musical recording has been restored by a Berkeley lab research team in California. The recording was made in 1878 on a sheet of tin foil on a phonograph designed by Thomas Edison.
 

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A Pathe Gaulois phonograph  with grey painted finish  and aluminium horn  circa 1905  on display in ...
A Pathe Gaulois phonograph, with grey painted finish, and aluminium horn, circa 1905, on display in the conservation center.
The Kuba  Komet (1957  West Germany; foreground)  has a striking design which combines a television ...
The Kuba, Komet (1957, West Germany; foreground) has a striking design which combines a television, radio and phonograph into a single unit. The upper “sail” that houses the television and main speakers can be rotated while the radio and phonograph are concealed by the front door of the lower cabinet.
Mia Klein