Artist Simon Elvins has created a fully working manual record player made entirely out of paper. Although it's more for show than anything, since it's about as manual as you can get. There's no device to turn the record so you have to turn it by hand, clockwise, at a steady rate of 33 1/3 RPM. You know, perfectly reasonable stuff for modern audio technology.
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