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Phonograph

A phonograph

Teplan phonograph

A Teplan phonograph

Janeway's phonograph

Janeway's phonograph

A phonograph or record player was an Earth device used in the 19th and 20th century for the purpose of playing sound recordings, particularly musical compositions.

In an alternate timeline, Jonathan Archer and Alicia Travers listened to "My Old Flame", a song performed by singer Billie Holiday, playing on a phonograph. Since the Nazi occupation of the United States outlawed the playing of black music, the phonograph was moved to different dwellings throughout the building so as to disguise its exact location. (ENT: "Storm Front")

In the alternate reality, in the year 2259, James T. Kirk had a record player playing a Beastie Boys song in his apartment while having a threesome with a couple of Caitian women. (Star Trek Into Darkness)

Shenzhou ready room far wall

A record player (far left) in Georgiou's ready room

Captain Philippa Georgiou had a record player in her ready room aboard the USS Shenzhou in 2256. (DIS: "The Vulcan Hello")

In Trevean's home on the Teplan homeworld, people who had entered the final stage of the Quickening could enjoy a last good meal with their friends and family before Trevean would administer them toxic herbs to "ease their suffering". A phonograph was among the many amenities he had in his house that would make taking the herbs easier for the dying Teplans. (DS9: "The Quickening")

Captain Kathryn Janeway kept a phonograph in her quarters aboard the USS Voyager. (VOY: "Eye of the Needle", "Prime Factors")

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