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Because you can play an phonographΒ 
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What would you prefer a xylophone or a phonograph?

Which would you prefer a xylophone or a phonograph and why


What are words with the root word phon?

Phonograph, telephone, cellphone, phonics, headphone, microphone, saxophone, xylophone. Just to list a few.


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It is rare to see a phonograph now. A phonograph is also called a gramophone. A modern equivalent of a phonograph would be a CD player.


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The exact value of a Sonora phonograph is actually dependent upon a number of things. Some of these things would be the age and condition of the phonograph.


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Thomas Edison invention, and his life-long favorite, the phonograph would record, Later Edison would adopt cylinders and discs to permanently record music.


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