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PIXELATE AUDIO PLAYER DEFINITION: A device capable of handling audio playback.

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GRAMOPHONE

1877 GRAMOPHONE

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GRAMOPHONE

FEATURES - Horn - Turntable - Spindle - Stylus

1877 GRAMOPHONE

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The phonograph, also called gramophone or record player, is a device introduced in 1877 for the recording and reproduction of sound recordings. As the cylinder or disc rotates, a stylus or needle traces the waveforms and vibrates to reproduce the recorded sound waves. The phonograph was invented in 1877 by Thomas Edison. While other inventors had produced devices thatGRAMOPHONE could record sounds, Edison's

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reproduce the recorded sound.

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BOOMBOX

1969 BOOMBOX

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BOOMBOX

FEATURES - Cassette player - Radio streaming - Navigation buttons - Audio speakers

1969 BOOMBOX

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1969 BOOMBOX

Boombox is a common term for a portable cassette or CD player with two or more loudspeakers and a carrying handle. It is a device capable of receiving radio stations and playing recorded music usually cassettes or CDs, or of mechless interchangeable media

1969

The boombox was introduced to the American market during the early 1970’s. The desire for louder and heavier bass led to bigger and BOOMBOX heavier boxes. By the 1980s some boomboxes had reached the size of a suitcase.

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SONY WALKMAN

1979 SONY WALKMAN

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SONY WALKMAN

FEATURES - Cassette player - Double headphone port - Navigation buttons - Portable device

1979 SONY WALKMAN

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1979 SONY WALKMAN

low-cost portable stereo to go on sale in 1979. It came with stereo playback and two mini headphone jacks, permitting two people to listen at the same time. The Walkman had a "hotline" button which activated a small built-in microphone, partially overriding the sound from the cassette, and allowing one user to talk to the other over the music. Originally marketed as the "Soundabout" in the U.S., the "Stowaway" in the U.K, Sony soon SONY WALKMAN had the new name "Walkman" embossed into the metal tape cover of the device.

1979

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CD WALKMAN

1984 CD WALKMAN

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CD WALKMAN

FEATURES - Cd player - Headphone port - Navigation buttons - Portable device

1984 CD WALKMAN

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1984 CD WALKMAN

Discman, and this name has since been used informally to refer to such players. Sony still makes CD Walkmans: the newer models are capable of playing ATRAC3, ATRAC3plus, and MP3 CDs, and have become progressively thinner and more compact with each revision.

1984

CD WALKMAN

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IPOD

2001 IPOD

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IPOD

FEATURES - Wheel based UI and navigation - Syncronisation with Mac - Games - Up to 1000 songs - Headphone port

2001 IPOD

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2001 IPOD

Though the iPod was released in 2001, its price and Mac-only compatibility caused sales to be relatively slow until 2004. The aesthetic was inspired by the 1958 Braun T3 transitor radio designed by Dieter Rams, while the wheel based user interface was prompted by Bang & Olufsen's BeoCom 6000 telephone. The product was developed in less than one year and unveiled on October 23, 2001. Jobs announced it as a Mac-compatible IPOD product with a 5 GB hard drive that put "1,000 songs in your pocket."

2001

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IPOD TOUCH

2007 IPOD TOUCH

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IPOD TOUCH

FEATURES - Graphical UI - Colour screen - Touch screen - Audio playback - Video playback - Audio/video recording - Internet access - Bluetooth - Utilities (Calender etc) -

2007 IPOD TOUCH

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2007 IPOD TOUCH

The iPod Touch (stylized and marketed as iPod touch) is a multi-purpose pocket computer designed and marketed by Apple Inc. with a user interface that is touchscreen-based. It can be used as a music and video player, digital camera, handheld game device, and personal digital assistant (PDA).

2007 on September 5th 2007, at an event called The IPOD TOUCH

a multi-touch interface. It features Safari web browser and wireless access to the iTunes Store and YouTube.

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PIXELATE ABOUT PIXELATE PIXELATE is a brand with the aim of showing the world the effects consumerism has had on technological products. PIXELATE intends to show how large corporations have twisted the purpose of products for their own gain; changing, adapting and modifying the products to something unrecognisable from their original purpose. These messages are shown across a wide range of printed material, each individually created to relate to the product chosen and show the audience the pure hold consumerism and brands have over the development of technological products.

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