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Re: gramophone record websites/groups

Hi I just joined too! My best source are garage sales, good will, antique stores and fairs. eBay has a few. They are common and not that hard to find. Good
lisettemca
Aug 8, 2010
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HMV model 99

Hey, I recently joined the group and was wondering if any one of you has any information regarding a HMV model 99 that I am trying to restore. If so, please
sharmamallik
Dec 17, 2009
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gramophone record websites/groups

hi,.. I just acquired a gramophone player, still in good condition. I wonder if anybody knows about websites or individuals who sell the record (vinyl?) azmi
azatan
Aug 4, 2007
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Re: Help & Advice

Thank you very much for the Info ... I ... needle ... by
peterprostrate
Jul 20, 2007
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Re: Help & Advice

... Hello Peter, The part you require is known as the 'sound box'. It would have contained a diapragm made of either mica or metal, which is vibrated by the
timof3
Jul 19, 2007
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Help & Advice

I recently obtain at an auction a Gilbert Model 51 Gramophone ,that I wish to renovate. it is quite good condition but does not have needle pick up part on the
peterprostrate
Jul 19, 2007
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Trench Decca

Hi Dean, I cannot help you with your repair problem, I wish I could. Would you please tell me how you know this is a trench Decca as opposed to a later model?
Fredric M. London
Jun 9, 2007
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The Decca

I know that the first portable gramophone, The Decca, was introduced in the UK around the beginning of World War I. Can anyone out there give me some
Fredric M. London
Jun 8, 2007
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Decca Trench Portable Gramophone

Hi i have one of these Decca Trench Portable Gramophone 1914. The weights ( which are attached to the bar which control the speed of the turn table ) one broke
dean
Jul 24, 2006
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hey look at this quality small-to-big adapter I found

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Stereo-Headphone-Adapter-Free-P- P_W0QQitemZ7374684002QQcategoryZ23783QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem Strong/Durable- I got one of these and found
hollispete
Dec 13, 2005
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hi

I have recently joined windupgramophones and i would like everyone in my address book, so can you all send me an email, thanks,
Richard Musson
May 28, 2003
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HMV/RCA Victor Trademark

I have added a picture of Nipper the dog used as the trademark for the Gramophone Company (HMV)(along with a Gramophone Company No6 Gramophone) in the UK.
froissart62
Oct 4, 2001
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HMV Monarch

This handsome piece unit is in original condition and plays perfectly. It is interesting that the mechanical amplification principles are still used in some of
froissart62
Oct 4, 2001
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Volume of later 78's

Early (1920's and 30's) 78's are quieter and tend to play better on acoustic gramophones, but in the 40's and 50's records became progressively louder. This
timof3
May 8, 2001
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Gramophones now spring is here!

Spring is indeed here. But what about when it's broken? (Gramophone spring, that is!!). Where can you get one? Who can do repairs if you don't feel confident
timof3
May 4, 2001
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