gramophone record

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Highly sought after for his portrait commissions, he is also known as an innovator in the art world, due to the eclectic range of his work, which includes his Staying Alive neon collection with Chris Bracey and his recent 45RPM collection with respected music photographer Gered Mankowitz.
It plays vinyl records (45rpm singles and 33-1/3) and has a Class D power amplifier (80W per chan- nel into 4ohms, or 50W per channel into 8 ohms) along with vacuum tubes pre-amp and a phono preamp housed in a custom shielding box that prevents noise making its way into the vinyl signal.
Walder-Smith said he plans to revolutionise Rock-Ola's market presence by manufacturing a brand new 45rpm vinyl Jukebox, which not only features a powerful speaker system, but also offers music streaming from phones and tablets, thereby representing a unique blend of mid-century styling and 21st century technology.
JON SAVAGE'S 1965-1968 - THE HIGH 60'S ON 45 (ACE) Spread over four sides of two 33rpm 12 inch albums, this is a loving tribute by author and journalist Jon Savage to the seven-inch 45rpm single.
Q I have a copy of Aretha Franklin's 45rpm "Think" demo single and wonder if you can give me a value?
But on Thursday, December 27 'twixt 4pm-7pm, stand by Redcar and Cleveland: it's a one-off "Back to the 70s" special on ZFM with DJ Robbo, live from floor five of the seafront tower of power, spinning the 45rpm discs (well, pressing buttons actually, but you get my drift.) Steady yourselves now.
Eleven blasts squeezed onto a 7" at 45rpm. Brutal...
It also comes with a small, circular 45RPM adapter that needs to go onto the centre spindle when playing 45RPM records.
The book opens in 1952 when the New Musical Express issued its first record chart, the vinyl 45rpm single replaced the old 'Shellac' 78rpm records and at the same time, the Dansette Record player made its first appearance.
Scott hosts The 45rpm Show on Alive Radio, a community station based in Dumfries.
Renfrewshire-based journalist and music promoter Loudon Temple has come across some old 45rpm singles made by hugely popular 1970s' Paisley band Charley Browne.