Friday, February 12, 2010

Records On The Road

I'm worried leaving my new record purchases in the trunk when I am driving around nevermind being able to play records while driving. How do the records fair from this kind of use? If anyone has used one of these in a vintage car please comment to this post. This is just fascinating.

8 comments:

  1. Two different systems. Chrysler's Highway HiFi was the first (ca. 1955) and required specially-pressed records with a playing speed of 16rpm (also used for talking books). Developed by Peter Goldmark, he of the microgroove LP. Loads more info here: http://www.imperialclub.com/Repair/Accessories/HiWay/invent.htm

    The later RCA system just played regular 45rpm singles.

    Neither system caught on!

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