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German Phonomuseum St. Georgen

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Location: Sankt Georgen
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The German Phonomuseum St. Georgen in the Black Forest shows in over 250 exhibits the development of mechanical sound recording and reproduction since Edison's invention of the phonograph in 1877 until today.
The presentation of the domestic phono industry (DUAL, PE) takes up a lot of space. With various phonographs and gramophones, ?? Ur ?? - Tefifon, jukebox, hi-fi stereo systems to high-tech turntables, the history of the development of phono technology, rich in curiosities, is presented. A unique watch collection complements the exhibition.

German Phonomuseum St. Georgen

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