Emile Berliner (May 20, 1851 – August 3, 1929), originally Emil Berliner, was a
German-American inventor. He is best known for inventing the phonograph ...
Emile (originally Emil) Berliner was born in Hanover, Germany, on May 20, 1851.
He was one of thirteen children born to Samuel and Sarah Fridman Berliner, ...
In 1887 Emile Berliner invented a system of recording which could be used over
and over again - Emile Berliner patented the gramophone.
Emile Berliner (formally known as Emil Berliner) was an inventor best known for
developing the disc record gramophone. He founded The Berliner Gramophone.
Although Emile Berliner (1851-1929) may not be as well known as Thomas
Edison or Alexander Graham Bell, his contributions to modern technology are ...
Emile Berliner was a renowned American inventor with many inventions to his
credit; which include the gramophone. To know more about his childhood, career
Mar 4, 2010 ... 1877: Emile Berliner invents a new kind of microphone. It assures the future of
the telephone, but not fame for Berliner. Alexander Graham Bell ...
Emile Berliner - Inventor of the Gramophone. Emile Berliner. History of recording
and reproducing sound went through several distinct phases, but the general ...
EMILE BERLINER was lauded by Herbert Hoover as "an inventive genius." The
U, S. Supreme Court confirmed him as the true inventor of mechanisms claimed ...
Emile Berliner began working on a recording machine in Washington D.C. after
seeing the graphophone unveiled by Tainter and Bell in 1886. He set up a ...