The Emile Berliner Gramophone

by  Gakken
Product Description
This item is a educational construction kit assembled from various materials (plastic, metal, etc.).   Click here for sizing chart.
Invented in 1887 by Emile Berliner, the gramophone was a huge leap in recording technology, and "record disks" are still in use today! This kit allows you to build your very own gramophone, which will let you record and play back your very own record disks! Everything you need for the gramophone is included; you need only provide the labour and 2 size C batteries, cellophane tape, a Phillips' head (+) screwdriver, and scissors. Use various materials as disks -- the lids from cup-noodle bowls, old CD-ROMs, plastic file folders, glossy paper -- see which ones work, and which ones don't! A fun experiment for the entire family! Download the English-language instructions booklet. (PDF)
Assembly Guide
Otona no Kagaku
Date Released:
September 2004
Package Size/Weight:
15.7 x 21.3 x 12.3 cm / 740g



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