Audio Players

  • Radio

    Telephone and telegraph are the reasons for the radios birth. James Maxwell, a scottish physicest forcasted presence of radio waves, in 1860. Guglielmo Marconi, his coded signals transmitted to only a mile far in 1896, this was his earliest radio transmissions.
  • Phonographs

    The first reading of the human voice in 1877 was made by Thomas Edison's tinfoil clinder phonograph. To produce recording and play back machines, Edison launched his Edison Speaking Phonography Company, which was intended as dictation machines for buisness purposes in 1878.
  • Gramophone

    A german immigrant working in Washington D.C., Emily Berliner, patented a successful sytem of sound recordings on November 8th, 1887. She was the first inventor to start recording on flat disks and records, and stop recording on cylinders.
  • Record

    Records were made of shalloc, and rotated at a standard rate of 78- rpm, in 1915. The records were 10-inches in diameter and recorded in 4 minutes of sound.
  • Transiter Radio

    Transiter Radio
    The transitor radio was developed by Bell Laboratories in 1947, and it was a device that was commonly used up until the mid-1970s.
  • Audio-Casset Tape

    Audio-Casset Tape
    In 1962, The Phillips Company of the Netherlands invented and released the first compact audio-casset tape. Produced by BASF, they used high quality polester 1/8- inch tape.
  • Compact Disk or CD

    Compact Disk or CD
    In 1965, James Russel invented the compact disk. Used to store computer files, pictures, and music the compact disk is a popular form of digital storage media.
  • MP3 Player

    MP3 Player
    In the year of 1987 MP3 technology started in Germany. Fraunhofer-Gelsellschaft a german company started teh research program for coding music with the high quality and low bit rate sampling at its institute. The first MP3 Player prototype in the U.S. markets was produced by Tomislav Uz elac, seven years later.