Advice needed: Horseshoe magnet style phono pickup from 1937 RCA D-2 Radio/Phonograph, needle holder/armature bushing material. reddit.com/gallery/rime4v
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The 1966 Philco High-Fidelity All-Transistor Stereophonic Radio-Phonograph. Anyone have any info on these? It's my first record player. The radio works, the records spin but no sound. Doea tgat mean I need a needle? How do I know what kind of needle? Where do I get them? Do these cabinets have value reddit.com/gallery/qmw6qd
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A phonograph needle in an LP groove using an electron microscope
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A phonograph needle moving through the groove on a record as seen under an electron microscope
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In 1920, Warren G. Harding also used the phonograph, recording a speech into a horn that caused his voice to press a needle into a wax disk. The White House was brought into the modern age of communication when Calvin Coolidge (1923-1929) made the first presidential radio broadcast.
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In 1920, Warren G. Harding also used the phonograph, recording a speech into a horn that caused his voice to press a needle into a wax disk. The White House was brought into the modern age of communication when Calvin Coolidge (1923-1929) made the first presidential radio broadcast.
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I just fixed my mom's portable 196X Toya Phonograph. Please ID needle. gfycat.com/delightfulbett…
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Phonograph Needle [323 x 400]
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A phonograph needle moving through a record groove
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TIL most phonograph needles were single use youtu.be/w_g4cAXkz80?t=95…
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Les Paul rigged up a phonograph needle stuck into the top of his guitar and invented his first electric guitar. On. This. Guitar.
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Does anyone know where do get an edison diamond disc phonograph needle?

Ive got an edison diamond disc player and a bunch of edison diamond discs, but the needle is worn down. Does anyone know where to find one?

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TIL a video disc playback system had been developed that used a special needle and high-density grooves similar to phonograph records. Its delayed release in 1981 and other issues doomed it to failure against competition from videocassettes and laserdiscs. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap…
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I found these old Phonograph Needles imgur.com/SCXbn
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First phonograph I ever bought: Victor-Victrola 50. Found a tin of Tungs Tone Needles when i took it apart to clean it!
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Brunswick phonograph - I'd like to know more about this, especially how old it is. The switch says PAT'D DEC.12/1916 and the head above the needle says THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO. PATENTED SEPT-18-1917. Please ask if I can give any more observations or pictures to help identify it.
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Please help me identify this console so I can replace the phonograph needle.

The wife acquired this old console radio/phonograph a few years ago and she would like to get the phonograph working (read as "she wants me to make it work").

Here is a front view: http://imgur.com/aPHrXpZ,D1v5j2b#1

I cannot find any manufacturer markings on it anywhere so I don't even know where to begin. Searching Google using keywords such as "vintage, console, radio, phonograph" returns several images that look close, but no identical matches. Obviously this was a common style for this kind of unit, so that's not too surprising.

Here are the inside components: http://imgur.com/aPHrXpZ,D1v5j2b#1

Once again, I can't find any markings to help identify the manufacturer. I'm not too confident in my electronic skills to attempt to take the arm off and take it somewhere. It turned out to be a very nice piece of furniture, so it would be pretty nice to get it working.

Lastly, I know it's commonly asked if she wants it restored to the original condition or just working, and she indicated that she would like it restored. I offered to put a computer inside of it and replace the phonograph with a touch screen monitor and make it a really nice jukebox for her digital music...that didn't go over very well! I really don't think she would care if it were replaced with something that looked authentic since this doesn't have any sentimental value to her. I guess she just doesn't want some 1970s hi-fi technology inside of it.

Thanks in advance for help that anyone can offer.

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Edison Phonograph, need to find a source for new needles

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My parents inherited this Phonograph from a relative - it works and is in great condition, but we have not been able to find a source for new needles.

Does anyone know where we can get them?

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Found Viking radio/phonograph at flea market. Radio works and phonograph turns, although needs some cleaning and minor repairs (needle arm plastic broken in half). imgur.com/a/XJCIx
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A phonograph needle moving through a record groove
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Finally got needles for my phonograph!

Let there be music!

I've also expanded the album from last time.

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The Capacitance Electronic Disc (CED) was a video playback system developed by RCA, in which video and audio could be played back on a TV using a special analog needle and high-density groove system similar to phonograph records en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cap…
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Red Devil Phonograph Needles. They sure don't package things the way they used to
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