Who Invented the CD Player?

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The first working CD player was invented by Sony, which it released to the market in October 1982. It had a slide-out tray design for the CD and numerous command function keys. Since then, the machine has been modified to the current portable CD players, some of which are even portable.
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James T Russell invented the CD, recorder and player in the 1960s with patents filed in 1971. Licenses issued to Phillips and Sony for development and production. James T. Russel.
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The Compact Disc, a spin-off of Laserdisc technology, was developed by researchers at Sony and Philips Consumer Electronics, and introduced in 1982.
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