Device using an arm fitted with a stylus cartridge to play back sounds from a record.
Elongated movable part that holds the stylus cartridge and moves it along the surface of the record.
Structure supporting all the record player components.
Device that reduces the effect of centripetal force, which draws the toner arm toward the middle of the record.
Antiskid and antiscratch turntable cover that is usually made of felt or rubber.
Rotating part on which the record rests when played.
Plate that supports the turntable; it is usually attached to the base by a springy suspension.
Device used to select the turntable speed (45 or 33 1/3 revolutions per minute).
Cylindrical part that acts as a pivot for the turntable and record.
Device that converts the vibrations of the stylus into electric pulses as it travels along the locked groove.
Part made up of a magnetic cartridge and a supporting shell; it is attached to the end of the tone arm.
Part that supports the tone arm when it is at rest.
Lever that raises the tone arm.
Part that regulates the pressure of the stylus on the record groove.