The gramophone, invented by the American Edison in 1877, is generally regarded as a miracle in the 19th century. It is a machine that records and reproduces sound through analog signals. In the 1940s, the gramophone was the main music player, and it can still be seen on the screen. After the 1960s, people gradually entered the digital age, and the gramophone gradually faded out of people's vision. However, the sounds recorded in the analog signal era are still played through the gramophone, which is more classic and precious. Today, we use 424 pieces of wood to reproduce its shape, structure, and function in a completely new way. It is not only a model, but also a gramophone that can really play records. What is unknown is that the most classical gramophone is manual. In order to revive the classics, we adopted a similar structure. Through the internal complex gear structure, it can be played without a battery, which makes people feel the unique experience of playing in person. It supports 7-inch and 10-inch records. Manually control the volume through the knob. A micro usb port is also included, which can be connected to an external power supply to reduce the intensity of the hand crank. Assembly time 6+ hours. Assembled size is 8.9 x 10.28 x 16.89 inches. Recommended Ages 14+.
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