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The museum shows the development of equipment in the field of sound and vision. You can see old automatic musical instruments, but also the latest development of MP3 players.

Phonograph, gramophone or the first Blu-ray player, it's all there..... magic lantern or stereo table viewer..... film equipment or the history of the Tefifon..... jukebox or film jukebox ..... radio or TV..... the first cassette player or the first 45t turntable..... wire recorder or video disc player..... the Nora Selectophon T5 or the Schaub-Lorenz Music Center 5005..... etc. etc. You can find a total overview.
That makes this museum unique.

You can see unusual and rare equipment, Please discover devices you'll not find anywhere else.

That makes this museum unique. Demonstrations by the devices are "life". The past will become real and the future too... There are several types of design, colors, materials: be surprised!

Museum of Wax Cylinder to DVD. But .... what is a wax cylinder?


Wax cylinders were the earliest commercial medium for recording and reproducing sound. Commonly known simply as "records" in their era of greatest popularity (c. 1888–1915), these cylinder shaped objects had an audio recording engraved on the outside surface which could be reproduced when the cylinder was played on a mechanical phonograph. The competing disc-shaped gramophone record system triumphed in the market place to become the dominant commercial audio medium in the 1910s, and commercial mass production of phonograph cylinders ended in 1929.

Note that within a few years we have to explain the DVD....