When was the record player or the phonograph invented?

Answer The record player, also known as the phonograph, was invented in 1877 by Thomas Edison. Edison filed for the patent on his sound recording and playback device on December 24, 1877. Edison would go ... Read More »

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When was the first record player invented?

Thomas Edison invented the first record player, the phonograph, in 1877 as well as the first records, which were cylindrical. Emile Berliner invented the first flat records and the player to go wit... Read More »

What year was the 8 track record player&graphophone invented?

Alexander Graham Bell's Volta Laboratory received a patent for the graphophone, an evolution of the phonograph and a predecessor to the gramophone, in 1886. Emile Berliner produced the first practi... Read More »

When was the record player made?

The phonograph was invented by Thomas Alva Edison in 1877. It used a wax cylinder to record sound. In 1887, Emile Berliner invented the gramophone, which initially used a flat zinc disc to record s... Read More »

When was the blu-ray player invented?

I am almost certain that Sony developed Blu-Ray.