New polymer bank notes can play recordsThe new polymer 5 and 10 pound bank notes can play records, just gently rest the sorner of either note on a spinning vinyl and hear the magic unfold! This video shows the new polymer bank notes aren’t just a thing of beauty, they also sound beautiful!
Play vinyl with any polymer note
You can essentially play records with the new plastic 5 pound notes and the same with the plastic Australian dollar notes. So dust off them records and give it a try. I have tried this in the office and it actually, really works!
How does the 5 pound note play music on vinyl?
The new polymer 5 pound note can play records due to the note vibrating at different frequencies, producing sound. Records or vinyl as the true name is, have hundreds of tiny grooves on them which determine what sound is to be played.
The new polymer 5 pound note can play records fun facts
Fun fact 1: If vinyl is stored correctly and you don’t expose it to high heat, it has the potential to last for centuries!
Fun fact 2: The first kind of record was produced in 1894
Fun fact 3: Vinyl dominated the home entertainment market until the late 1980’s when compact laser disks took over, but that’s all changing again and vinyl is making a massive comeback, becoming highly sought after and collectible.
Fun fact 4: Early disk speeds ranged from 60rpm-130rpm, it wasn’t until 1925 when the standard speed across all vinyl was set at 78rpm.
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