In 1877, Thomas Edison (1847-1931) invented the phonograph, which originally used cylinders of metal or wax. The first true "record player" using disks was the "gramophone" patented by German-American inventor Emile Berliner in 1888.
Thomas Alva Edison invented the record player.
No. The record player was not invented until 1877. George Washington lived from 1731 to 1799.
in fall of 1877 by Thomas A. Eddison
He invented the phonograph record and record player.
Thomas A. Edison invented the record player in 1877 in Menlo Park Laboatories in West Orange, New Jersey.
The last record player has not been built yet; they are still being made. When the last one is made, it will not have been invented, since the invention occurred when the first one was made.
turntables were invented around the 1930's but the record player came out more in the 1970's
The first record player was invented in 1877 by Thomas Edison. At that time the records were cylindrical shaped, but soon were replaced by flat disks.
The phonograph, an early record player, was invented in 1877 by Thomas Edison.It used a handle which would turn the cylinder. The cylinder had grooves on, and when a needle (stylus) went over the grooves, it vibrated, producing a sound.However, the electric record player, although invented in 1925, it became popular in the 1950s, when more people had electricity.