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The Pickering Pickup inventor Dies Aged 99
Norman invented an improved pickup system in 1945, which was the first modern phonograph cartridge and often referred to as 'the Pickering Cartridge' - a device used for the playback of records on a turntable or phonograph. Dramatically improving audio quality as a direct result of this device's implementation.
Norman Pickering was also a keen musician and played the French Horn. He initially wanted to be a violinist but a sports-related injury to his hand prevented him from continuing with this particular instrument.
His wife had confirmed that he had died from cancer, according to the New York times.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 30 Nov 2015 15:53 to category : Instruments News
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