record changer


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record changer

[′rek·ərd ‚chānj·ər]
(engineering acoustics)
A record player that plays a number of records automatically in succession.
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New Products, a Benton Harbor die-casting company, had begun making record changers in 1939 before it switched to military production during World War II.
V-M initially made 78-rpm record changers under the label "A V-M Product." The initials apparently stood for "Victor Miller," Walter's 20-year-old son.
V-M reworked its record changers to play the new albums as well as the old 78s.