A golden color gramophone is a vintage audio device that combines both functionality and decorative appeal.
- The golden color gramophone typically features a metallic or polished brass finish in a shiny, reflective gold tone.
- It has a classic, ornate design with intricate details, often adorned with decorative engravings or patterns.
- The main components include a turntable, tonearm, and a large horn speaker. The turntable is where vinyl records are played, while the tonearm holds the stylus (needle) that reads the grooves on the record.
- The horn speaker is a distinctive feature, usually flaring outward from the top of the gramophone, amplifying and projecting the sound.