Television and Video
TV Programming and Commercials
Broadcast Television

Was television invented with sound?


Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
2010-01-12 21:24:16
2010-01-12 21:24:16

NO televisionwasn't invented with sound. You had to have sound invented.

User Avatar

Related Questions

Surround Sound was invented in 1843

Sound wasn't "invented" - sound is the result of vibrations in the air affecting our ears.

Sound energy was never invented, but it was discorvered.

TV always came with sound. There was never a "silent" TV. In fact by 1928 movies had sound.

These technological advances have been added:ColorClosed CaptioningStereo Sound5.1 Surround SoundHDTV3D

Sound TV was created in 2005.

Tvs were invented for personal and family entertainment

They invented television for people who are bored or to make money from TV adverts.

Television invented by Philo Farnsworth

First silent movies had no sound, but tv had always sound from the start.

how does a television produce sound and picture

Thomas Edison invented colored TV

He invented the television in 1925

he invented television in 1925 or 1956

Television was invented, it was not discovered.Philo Farnsworth andCharles Francis Jenkins invented television.

The first television was invented on the 26th of January 1926.

john logie baird invented the television

The first TV remote was invented in 1956.

Sound is a natural phenomenon. It is pressure waves in the air and was not invented. Sound has existed at least since the formation of the Earth's atmosphere.

He invented the Television I think... he invented the radio I only know that he invented the TV......

The television was invented in the 1920's by John Logie Baird. Color TV was invented in the 1950's as was the first color television set.

Televisions were not invented in Victorian times. The Victorian Era was between 1837 and 1901. The television was not fully invented until 1926.

Television. Rigby, Idaho, is the birthplace of the television and was invented by Phil Farnsworth.

Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.