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[[Image:Emile Berliner.jpg|thumb|left|Emile Berliner]] On 4 May 1887 [[Emile Berliner|Emile Berliner]] applied for a patent in Washington, D.C. on a "Gramophone" with a cylindrical recording surface. On 26 September 1887 for a patent on a flat-disk record and player. The first model, introduced in 1888, used a flat disk, for which he devised mass-production techniques. [[Image:Gramophone berliner2.jpg|thumb|right|Berliner and his Gramophone]]
 
[[Image:Emile Berliner.jpg|thumb|left|Emile Berliner]] On 4 May 1887 [[Emile Berliner|Emile Berliner]] applied for a patent in Washington, D.C. on a "Gramophone" with a cylindrical recording surface. On 26 September 1887 for a patent on a flat-disk record and player. The first model, introduced in 1888, used a flat disk, for which he devised mass-production techniques. [[Image:Gramophone berliner2.jpg|thumb|right|Berliner and his Gramophone]]
  
 
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Emile Berliner
Emile Berliner
On 4 May 1887 Emile Berliner applied for a patent in Washington, D.C. on a "Gramophone" with a cylindrical recording surface. On 26 September 1887 for a patent on a flat-disk record and player. The first model, introduced in 1888, used a flat disk, for which he devised mass-production techniques.
Berliner and his Gramophone
Berliner and his Gramophone