Who invented the first tape recorder?

Answer The world's first tape recorder was the Magnetophon K1, which was originally released in Berlin, Germany in August of 1935. It was built by Fritz Pfleumer, Theo Volk and Friedrich Matthias.Source:M... Read More »

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Who invented the tape recorder in Denmark in 1899?

In 1899, Valdemar Poulsen invented the magnetic tape recorder in Denmark and was granted a patent. It was called the telegraphone and the tape was actually a wire that moved at a constant speed pas... Read More »

What year was the tape recorder invented?

The tape recorder was invented in 1934 by S. Joseph Begun, a German-born inventor who developed his creation in the United States. His device was used to record and broadcast the 1936 Olympics.Sour... Read More »

Who is the inventor of the first tape recorder?

Magnetic tape recording was conceived in 1878 by Oberlin Smith, a mechanic from America. However, it wasn't until 1898 that Danish inventor Valdemar Poulsen demonstrated the first actual tape recor... Read More »

Who invented the first DVD Recorder?

Answer: "The First DVD Recorder was invented on December 2005 by Robin Woolum when Robin Woolum got a DVD Recorder at Wal-Mart near Richmond, IN 47374!!!!!!"