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#249 - onelittleindian (02/25/2013) [-]
Did they work, though? Or were they just fooling people into buying copied vinyls that didn't play music?
User avatar #251 to #249 - shinote (02/25/2013) [-]
I would like to know this as well, I know that a record player works by reading the info that was printed in the grooves of the record, and I'm not sure casting it like that would pick up all the details of the grooves.
User avatar #281 to #251 - misfitxcreepx (02/25/2013) [-]
They didn't read any info printed in the grooves, they read the grooves themselves in a way. The needle vibrates and changes the vibrations into an electrical signal which goes to the speakers. That's why when you put on a record but don't put it through speakers, if you listen closely, you can hear the music very quietly coming from the needle itself. Fascinating stuff.
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