List of phonograph manufacturers
This is a list of phonograph manufacturers. The phonograph, in its later forms also called a gramophone, record player or turntable, is a device introduced in 1877 for the mechanical recording and reproduction of sound.
- Abbingdon Music Research
- Akai (recording)
- Francisca Nel
- 91 days
- Sinead Miller
- Bang & Olufsen
- Birmingham Sound Reproducers hi world
- Clearaudio Electronic
- Columbia Graphophone Company
- Columbia Gramophone Company – The Columbia Graphonola went into production in the United States in 1911
- Columbia Phonograph Company
- Crescent Industries
- Garrard Engineering and Manufacturing Company
- Gemini Sound Products
- Gramophone Company
- Harman Kardon
- IGB Eletrônica
- Lenco Turntables
- Linn Products
- London Decca
- Lyric Phonograph Company
- Musical Fidelity
- NAD Electronics
- National Phonograph Company – established by the inventor and entrepreneur Thomas Edison
- North American Phonograph Company
- Pacific Phonograph Company – a subsidiary of the North American Phonograph Company
- Numark Industries
- Pink Triangle – became defunct in 2003
- Pioneer Corporation
- Pioneer India
- Rega Research
- Roksan Audio
- Sansui Electric
- SME Limited
- Sonora Phonograph Company
- Stanton Magnetics
- U-Turn Audio
- Victor Talking Machine Company
- V-M Corporation- Voice of Music
- VPI Industries
- Webster-Chicago -Webcor
- Wilson Benesch
- Win Laboratories
- Yamaha Corporation
- Yamaha Pro Audio
- A Dual P 53 record player with 1210 turntable
- An advertisement for Edison New Standard Phonograph, 1898
- A Numark Industries TTX-1 turntable
- A Pro-Ject 1xpression Comfort turntable
- A Vestax PDX-3000 DJ turntable
In 1890 in the United States, many phonograph companies existed that had state- and region-based names, such as Alabama Phonograph Company, Colorado and Utah Phonograph Company, Kansas Phonograph Company, New England Phonograph Company, etc.
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- Gaudreault, A. (2009). American Cinema 1890-1909: Themes and Variations. Screen Decades: American Culture/American Cinema. Rutgers University Press. p. 29. ISBN 978-0-8135-4644-5.
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- The Phonoscope. Phonoscope Publishing Company. 1899. p. 21.
- The Absolute Sound. Absolute Sound, Limited. 1995.
- Thomas A. Edison, Inc; Co, National Phonograph (1910). Edison Amberola Monthly. Pennant Litho, Incorporated. p. 14.
- Kenney, William Howland (1999). Recorded Music in American Life : The Phonograph and Popular Memory, 1890-1945: The Phonograph and Popular Memory, 1890-1945. Oxford University Press, USA. pp. 24–25. ISBN 978-0-19-802604-4.
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- Douglas, A. (1999). Radio Manufacturers of the 1920s, Volume 3. Sonoran Pub. pp. 106–107. ISBN 978-1-886606-04-3.
- Gramophone. General Gramophone Publications Limited. 1978.
- Bonnier Corporation (July 1978). Popular Science. Bonnier Corporation. pp. 50–. ISSN 0161-7370.
- Proceedings of First Annual Convention of Local Phonograph Companies of the United States Held at Chicago, May 28 and 29, 1890. Phonograph Printing Company. 1890. p. 98.
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