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  • Audio Restoration of Edison Diamond Discs and Historical

    2013-9-20 · Edison Diamond Disc Re-Creations play at 80 rpm's (not the standard 78 rpms of the day). To overcome this problem, I used a Technics SL-1200MK2 record player. It has the ability to dial in the exact rpm's, as well as the ability to adjust to the thickness of each record (or disc height). Normal records are approximately 1 mm thick, however ...

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  • Some of the First Diamond Discs - Gracyk

    Diamond Discs were issued from 1912 to 1929. You can determine the decade in which an Edison disc was manufactured by knowing about the two basic labels. From 1912 to mid-1921, Edison relied on 'molded labels.' A prepared plate was pressed into the record surface, leaving an engraved impression.

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  • History of the Edison Disc Phonograph

    2021-9-2 · Photograph of Thomas A. Edison listening to the New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. Advertisement in The Gramophone, December 1923. Cylinders peaked in popularity around 1905. After this, discs and disc players, most notably the Victrolas, began to dominate the market. Columbia Records, an Edison competitor, had stopped marketing cylinders in 1912.

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  • Is It Live or Is It Edison?

    2015-5-21 · Edison felt that the Diamond Disc Phonograph was as perfect as possible because it 'disappeared' when played, it neither added nor subtracted any additional 'tone' to the recording of the voice. After years of experimenting, the Diamond Disc finally debuted in 1913 and did produce exceptional audio fidelity for its time.

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  • History of the Cylinder Phonograph

    2021-9-11 · Edison conceded to this reality in 1913 when he announced the manufacture of the Edison Disc Phonograph. The Edison Company did not desert its faithful cylinder customers, however, and continued to make Blue Amberol cylinders until the demise of the company in 1929, although most from 1915 on were dubbed from the Diamond Discs.

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  • Disk Transcription - AuldWorks

    2006-4-16 · Acoustic era disks, as you might expect, varied a good deal; while the 10 inch disc was probably the most common, there were other diameters, including oversize discs of 14 inches or so. And disc thickness varied as well; Edison Diamond Disks are nearly 1/4 inch thick, several times the thickness of most other disks.

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  • Antique Edison phonographs for sale -- a beginner's guide.

    2018-5-13 · Millions of Edison phonographs were sold, and might have continued to sell forever, except for one flaw. The records didn't sound as good or as loud as the flat discs made by Victor and Columbia. The flat disc makers were a little tardier swinging into mass production than Edison, but by around 1902 or 1903 they had caught up.

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  • Tim Gracyk's Phonographs, Singers, and Old Records --

    Whereas a Victor Sound-Box will play neither a Pathe record nor an Edison record, and an Edison reproducer is no good for non-Edison records, certain models made by these other companies can play anything. For example, these machines often have the ball-like sapphire needed to play Pathe records.

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  • Taking Care of your Diamond Disc Reproducer -

    2015-1-18 · In the picture above, location 3 is where the diamond stylus is located. First and foremost: only Edison Diamond Disc records can be played with this reproducer. If the entire weight (2) does not easily move left/right, then the screw on top of the hinge block (1) must be loosened (difficult to do, but necessary) and lubricated with a drop of ...

    Get Price
  • Audio Restoration of Edison Diamond Discs and Historical

    2013-9-20 · Edison Diamond Disc Re-Creations play at 80 rpm's (not the standard 78 rpms of the day). To overcome this problem, I used a Technics SL-1200MK2 record player. It has the ability to dial in the exact rpm's, as well as the ability to adjust to the thickness of each record (or disc height). Normal records are approximately 1 mm thick, however ...

    Get Price
  • Some of the First Diamond Discs - Gracyk

    Diamond Discs were issued from 1912 to 1929. You can determine the decade in which an Edison disc was manufactured by knowing about the two basic labels. From 1912 to mid-1921, Edison relied on 'molded labels.' A prepared plate was pressed into the record surface, leaving an engraved impression.

    Get Price
  • Home

    Thank you for your interest in Expert Antique Phonograph Repairs. For more information about repair work, please fill out the form below. We look forward to hearing from you and are happy to answer any questions. Email: [email protected] Phone: 5852245453.

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  • Diamond Disc Stylus Question - Diamond Cut User Forum

    2009-12-14 · 12-14-2009, 01:16 PM. Group, The subject of 'what stylus to use' to play back the Edison Diamond Disc's has been brought up before. I have, though, I slightly different question. In the Diamond Cut User's guide (Nicely written, I might add), the stylus called out for the Diamond Disc's is 3.7 mil spherical or non-truncated conical stylus.

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  • History of the Edison Disc Phonograph

    2021-9-2 · Photograph of Thomas A. Edison listening to the New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. Advertisement in The Gramophone, December 1923. Cylinders peaked in popularity around 1905. After this, discs and disc players, most notably the Victrolas, began to dominate the market. Columbia Records, an Edison competitor, had stopped marketing cylinders in 1912.

    Get Price
  • Is It Live or Is It Edison?

    2015-5-21 · Edison felt that the Diamond Disc Phonograph was as perfect as possible because it 'disappeared' when played, it neither added nor subtracted any additional 'tone' to the recording of the voice. After years of experimenting, the Diamond Disc finally debuted in 1913 and did produce exceptional audio fidelity for its time.

    Get Price
  • Antique Edison phonographs for sale -- a beginner's guide.

    2018-5-13 · Millions of Edison phonographs were sold, and might have continued to sell forever, except for one flaw. The records didn't sound as good or as loud as the flat discs made by Victor and Columbia. The flat disc makers were a little tardier swinging into mass production than Edison, but by around 1902 or 1903 they had caught up.

    Get Price
  • Tim Gracyk's Phonographs, Singers, and Old Records --

    Whereas a Victor Sound-Box will play neither a Pathe record nor an Edison record, and an Edison reproducer is no good for non-Edison records, certain models made by these other companies can play anything. For example, these machines often have the ball-like sapphire needed to play Pathe records.

    Get Price
  • Welcome to Amazon.ae Shop Online in UAE for Electronics ...

    Everything you love is in Amazon.ae. Discover and buy electronics, computers, apparel & accessories, shoes, watches, furniture, home and kitchen goods, beauty & personal care, grocery, gourmet food & more. Enjoy great deals, fastest delivery and cash on delivery in UAE.

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  • Taking Care of your Diamond Disc Reproducer - Phonographs.org

    2015-1-18 · In the picture above, location 3 is where the diamond stylus is located. First and foremost: only Edison Diamond Disc records can be played with this reproducer. If the entire weight (2) does not easily move left/right, then the screw on top of the hinge block (1) must be loosened (difficult to do, but necessary) and lubricated with a drop of ...

    Get Price
  • Audio Restoration of Edison Diamond Discs and Historical L ...

    2013-9-20 · Edison Diamond Disc Re-Creations play at 80 rpm's (not the standard 78 rpms of the day). To overcome this problem, I used a Technics SL-1200MK2 record player. It has the ability to dial in the exact rpm's, as well as the ability to adjust to the thickness of each record (or disc height). Normal records are approximately 1 mm thick, however ...

    Get Price
  • Some of the First Diamond Discs - Gracyk

    Diamond Discs were issued from 1912 to 1929. You can determine the decade in which an Edison disc was manufactured by knowing about the two basic labels. From 1912 to mid-1921, Edison relied on 'molded labels.' A prepared plate was pressed into …

    Get Price
  • Home

    Thank you for your interest in Expert Antique Phonograph Repairs. For more information about repair work, please fill out the form below. We look forward to hearing from you and are happy to answer any questions. Email: [email protected] Phone: 5852245453.

    Get Price
  • Diamond Disc Stylus Question - Diamond Cut User Forum

    2009-12-14 · 12-14-2009, 01:16 PM. Group, The subject of 'what stylus to use' to play back the Edison Diamond Disc's has been brought up before. I have, though, I slightly different question. In the Diamond Cut User's guide (Nicely written, I might add), the stylus called out for the Diamond Disc's is 3.7 mil spherical or non-truncated conical stylus.

    Get Price
  • History of the Edison Disc Phonograph

    2021-9-2 · Photograph of Thomas A. Edison listening to the New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. Advertisement in The Gramophone, December 1923. Cylinders peaked in popularity around 1905. After this, discs and disc players, most notably the Victrolas, began to dominate the market. Columbia Records, an Edison competitor, had stopped marketing cylinders in 1912.

    Get Price
  • Is It Live or Is It Edison?

    2015-5-21 · Edison felt that the Diamond Disc Phonograph was as perfect as possible because it 'disappeared' when played, it neither added nor subtracted any additional 'tone' to the recording of the voice. After years of experimenting, the Diamond Disc finally debuted in 1913 and did produce exceptional audio fidelity for its time.

    Get Price
  • Antique Edison phonographs for sale -- a beginner's guide.

    2018-5-13 · Millions of Edison phonographs were sold, and might have continued to sell forever, except for one flaw. The records didn't sound as good or as loud as the flat discs made by Victor and Columbia. The flat disc makers were a little tardier swinging into mass production than Edison, but by around 1902 or 1903 they had caught up.

    Get Price
  • Tim Gracyk's Phonographs, Singers, and Old Records -- The ...

    Whereas a Victor Sound-Box will play neither a Pathe record nor an Edison record, and an Edison reproducer is no good for non-Edison records, certain models made by these other companies can play anything. For example, these machines often have the ball-like sapphire needed to play …

    Get Price
  • Welcome to Amazon.ae Shop Online in UAE for Electronics ...

    Everything you love is in Amazon.ae. Discover and buy electronics, computers, apparel & accessories, shoes, watches, furniture, home and kitchen goods, beauty & personal care, grocery, gourmet food & more. Enjoy great deals, fastest delivery and cash on delivery in UAE.

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  • Taking Care of your Diamond Disc Reproducer - Phonographs.org

    2015-1-18 · In the picture above, location 3 is where the diamond stylus is located. First and foremost: only Edison Diamond Disc records can be played with this reproducer. If the entire weight (2) does not easily move left/right, then the screw on top of the hinge block (1) must be loosened (difficult to do, but necessary) and lubricated with a drop of ...

    Get Price
  • Audio Restoration of Edison Diamond Discs and Historical L ...

    2013-9-20 · Edison Diamond Disc Re-Creations play at 80 rpm's (not the standard 78 rpms of the day). To overcome this problem, I used a Technics SL-1200MK2 record player. It has the ability to dial in the exact rpm's, as well as the ability to adjust to the thickness of each record (or disc height). Normal records are approximately 1 mm thick, however ...

    Get Price
  • Some of the First Diamond Discs - Gracyk

    Diamond Discs were issued from 1912 to 1929. You can determine the decade in which an Edison disc was manufactured by knowing about the two basic labels. From 1912 to mid-1921, Edison relied on 'molded labels.' A prepared plate was pressed into …

    Get Price
  • Home

    Thank you for your interest in Expert Antique Phonograph Repairs. For more information about repair work, please fill out the form below. We look forward to hearing from you and are happy to answer any questions. Email: [email protected] Phone: 5852245453.

    Get Price
  • Diamond Disc Stylus Question - Diamond Cut User Forum

    2009-12-14 · 12-14-2009, 01:16 PM. Group, The subject of 'what stylus to use' to play back the Edison Diamond Disc's has been brought up before. I have, though, I slightly different question. In the Diamond Cut User's guide (Nicely written, I might add), the stylus called out for the Diamond Disc's is 3.7 mil spherical or non-truncated conical stylus.

    Get Price
  • History of the Edison Disc Phonograph

    2021-9-2 · Photograph of Thomas A. Edison listening to the New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. Advertisement in The Gramophone, December 1923. Cylinders peaked in popularity around 1905. After this, discs and disc players, most notably the Victrolas, began to dominate the market. Columbia Records, an Edison competitor, had stopped marketing cylinders in 1912.

    Get Price
  • Is It Live or Is It Edison?

    2015-5-21 · Edison felt that the Diamond Disc Phonograph was as perfect as possible because it 'disappeared' when played, it neither added nor subtracted any additional 'tone' to the recording of the voice. After years of experimenting, the Diamond Disc finally debuted in 1913 and did produce exceptional audio fidelity for its time.

    Get Price
  • Antique Edison phonographs for sale -- a beginner's guide.

    2018-5-13 · Millions of Edison phonographs were sold, and might have continued to sell forever, except for one flaw. The records didn't sound as good or as loud as the flat discs made by Victor and Columbia. The flat disc makers were a little tardier swinging into mass production than Edison, but by around 1902 or 1903 they had caught up.

    Get Price
  • Tim Gracyk's Phonographs, Singers, and Old Records -- The ...

    Whereas a Victor Sound-Box will play neither a Pathe record nor an Edison record, and an Edison reproducer is no good for non-Edison records, certain models made by these other companies can play anything. For example, these machines often have the ball-like sapphire needed to play …

    Get Price
  • Welcome to Amazon.ae Shop Online in UAE for Electronics ...

    Everything you love is in Amazon.ae. Discover and buy electronics, computers, apparel & accessories, shoes, watches, furniture, home and kitchen goods, beauty & personal care, grocery, gourmet food & more. Enjoy great deals, fastest delivery and cash on delivery in UAE.

    Get Price
  • Taking Care of your Diamond Disc Reproducer -

    2015-1-18 · In the picture above, location 3 is where the diamond stylus is located. First and foremost: only Edison Diamond Disc records can be played with this reproducer. If the entire weight (2) does not easily move left/right, then the screw on top of the hinge block (1) must be loosened (difficult to do, but necessary) and lubricated with a drop of ...

    Get Price
  • Audio Restoration of Edison Diamond Discs and Historical

    2013-9-20 · Edison Diamond Disc Re-Creations play at 80 rpm's (not the standard 78 rpms of the day). To overcome this problem, I used a Technics SL-1200MK2 record player. It has the ability to dial in the exact rpm's, as well as the ability to adjust to the thickness of each record (or disc height). Normal records are approximately 1 mm thick, however ...

    Get Price
  • Some of the First Diamond Discs - Gracyk

    Diamond Discs were issued from 1912 to 1929. You can determine the decade in which an Edison disc was manufactured by knowing about the two basic labels. From 1912 to mid-1921, Edison relied on 'molded labels.' A prepared plate was pressed into the record surface, leaving an engraved impression.

    Get Price
  • Home

    Thank you for your interest in Expert Antique Phonograph Repairs. For more information about repair work, please fill out the form below. We look forward to hearing from you and are happy to answer any questions. Email: [email protected] Phone: 5852245453.

    Get Price
  • Diamond Disc Stylus Question - Diamond Cut User Forum

    2009-12-14 · 12-14-2009, 01:16 PM. Group, The subject of 'what stylus to use' to play back the Edison Diamond Disc's has been brought up before. I have, though, I slightly different question. In the Diamond Cut User's guide (Nicely written, I might add), the stylus called out for the Diamond Disc's is 3.7 mil spherical or non-truncated conical stylus.

    Get Price
  • History of the Edison Disc Phonograph

    2021-9-2 · Photograph of Thomas A. Edison listening to the New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. Advertisement in The Gramophone, December 1923. Cylinders peaked in popularity around 1905. After this, discs and disc players, most notably the Victrolas, began to dominate the market. Columbia Records, an Edison competitor, had stopped marketing cylinders in 1912.

    Get Price
  • Is It Live or Is It Edison?

    2015-5-21 · Edison felt that the Diamond Disc Phonograph was as perfect as possible because it 'disappeared' when played, it neither added nor subtracted any additional 'tone' to the recording of the voice. After years of experimenting, the Diamond Disc finally debuted in 1913 and did produce exceptional audio fidelity for its time.

    Get Price
  • Antique Edison phonographs for sale -- a beginner's guide.

    2018-5-13 · Millions of Edison phonographs were sold, and might have continued to sell forever, except for one flaw. The records didn't sound as good or as loud as the flat discs made by Victor and Columbia. The flat disc makers were a little tardier swinging into mass production than Edison, but by around 1902 or 1903 they had caught up.

    Get Price
  • Tim Gracyk's Phonographs, Singers, and Old Records --

    Whereas a Victor Sound-Box will play neither a Pathe record nor an Edison record, and an Edison reproducer is no good for non-Edison records, certain models made by these other companies can play anything. For example, these machines often have the ball-like sapphire needed to play Pathe records.

    Get Price
  • Welcome to Amazon.ae Shop Online in UAE for Electronics ...

    Everything you love is in Amazon.ae. Discover and buy electronics, computers, apparel & accessories, shoes, watches, furniture, home and kitchen goods, beauty & personal care, grocery, gourmet food & more. Enjoy great deals, fastest delivery and cash on delivery in UAE.

    Get Price
  • Taking Care of your Diamond Disc Reproducer -

    2015-1-18 · In the picture above, location 3 is where the diamond stylus is located. First and foremost: only Edison Diamond Disc records can be played with this reproducer. If the entire weight (2) does not easily move left/right, then the screw on top of the hinge block (1) must be loosened (difficult to do, but necessary) and lubricated with a drop of ...

    Get Price
  • Audio Restoration of Edison Diamond Discs and Historical

    2013-9-20 · Edison Diamond Disc Re-Creations play at 80 rpm's (not the standard 78 rpms of the day). To overcome this problem, I used a Technics SL-1200MK2 record player. It has the ability to dial in the exact rpm's, as well as the ability to adjust to the thickness of each record (or disc height). Normal records are approximately 1 mm thick, however ...

    Get Price
  • Some of the First Diamond Discs - Gracyk

    Diamond Discs were issued from 1912 to 1929. You can determine the decade in which an Edison disc was manufactured by knowing about the two basic labels. From 1912 to mid-1921, Edison relied on 'molded labels.' A prepared plate was pressed into the record surface, leaving an engraved impression.

    Get Price
  • Home

    Thank you for your interest in Expert Antique Phonograph Repairs. For more information about repair work, please fill out the form below. We look forward to hearing from you and are happy to answer any questions. Email: [email protected] Phone: 5852245453.

    Get Price
  • Diamond Disc Stylus Question - Diamond Cut User Forum

    2009-12-14 · 12-14-2009, 01:16 PM. Group, The subject of 'what stylus to use' to play back the Edison Diamond Disc's has been brought up before. I have, though, I slightly different question. In the Diamond Cut User's guide (Nicely written, I might add), the stylus called out for the Diamond Disc's is 3.7 mil spherical or non-truncated conical stylus.

    Get Price
  • History of the Edison Disc Phonograph

    2021-9-2 · Photograph of Thomas A. Edison listening to the New Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph. Advertisement in The Gramophone, December 1923. Cylinders peaked in popularity around 1905. After this, discs and disc players, most notably the Victrolas, began to dominate the market. Columbia Records, an Edison competitor, had stopped marketing cylinders in 1912.

    Get Price
  • Is It Live or Is It Edison?

    2015-5-21 · Edison felt that the Diamond Disc Phonograph was as perfect as possible because it 'disappeared' when played, it neither added nor subtracted any additional 'tone' to the recording of the voice. After years of experimenting, the Diamond Disc finally debuted in 1913 and did produce exceptional audio fidelity for its time.

    Get Price
  • Antique Edison phonographs for sale -- a beginner's guide.

    2018-5-13 · Millions of Edison phonographs were sold, and might have continued to sell forever, except for one flaw. The records didn't sound as good or as loud as the flat discs made by Victor and Columbia. The flat disc makers were a little tardier swinging into mass production than Edison, but by around 1902 or 1903 they had caught up.

    Get Price
  • Tim Gracyk's Phonographs, Singers, and Old Records --

    Whereas a Victor Sound-Box will play neither a Pathe record nor an Edison record, and an Edison reproducer is no good for non-Edison records, certain models made by these other companies can play anything. For example, these machines often have the ball-like sapphire needed to play Pathe records.

    Get Price
  • Welcome to Amazon.ae Shop Online in UAE for Electronics ...

    Everything you love is in Amazon.ae. Discover and buy electronics, computers, apparel & accessories, shoes, watches, furniture, home and kitchen goods, beauty & personal care, grocery, gourmet food & more. Enjoy great deals, fastest delivery and cash on delivery in UAE.

    Get Price