Who Invented the Vinyl Record?

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The vinyl record was invented by Emile Berliner in 1888 and the first vinyl record were made from vulcanised rubber. The vinyl record was later remade with a mixture of shellac and slate dust was used to make them extremely hard so that they can become more durable.
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The first invention of vinyl record was done by Emile Berliner in the year 1888. They were made of vulcanised rubber and had a diameter ranging from 12.5cm to 18cm. He later resorted to using a shellac and slate dust for making the vinyl.
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