My favourite music player

After Thomas Alva Edison invented Gramophone, the music instruments evolved so fast in the form of record player, tape recorder, walk man, memory sticks and now smartphones.

We have plenty of ways to listen music even on the go. Yeah it is really a music revolution that happened to the music world so fast.

No doubt, these music instruments are so convenient to handle and easy to operate and also lot of storage facility. Its really boon to the music lover.

Though I am also using the latest gadgets to listen songs, yet I feel that listening a song in gramophone is certainly different.

If you have a beauty contest among the music players, certainly gramophone would win the title easily ! It has a aesthetic look.

When you open the gramophone box, you immediately get a smell that will certainly transport to some other world. The beauty of vinyl record while running on the disk is still etched in my memory.

The sound is recorded on a very fine line or groove which goes around and around in a spiral from the outside edge of the disk to the center. The phonograph plays the sound with a needle that touches the groove. A record usually has different music on each side. When made of vinyl they were also known as vinyl records.

The sound box kept on the vinyl record add more beauty and also give an impression that it also enjoying the song by shaking its head according to the rhythm of the song !



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Author: V Ramasamy

I like to write articles on diverse topics. I am also an voracious reader and like to comment on others opinion

4 thoughts on “My favourite music player”

  1. I love playing records. vinyls we call them. I still have a player and most of the music we grew up with. They didn’t have any other music when I was young. I have never outgrown them! The sound is unlike anything else. CD’s, Cassettes and all the other new technologies for music can’t come close to the crisp sound of a good vinyl record! I am with you in that preference!!

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