This painting is a precise replica of a plein-air sketch that Reinhold made in September 1822. It is fascinating that in making this second version he even reproduced the areas consisting of nothing but the original support that had been left in reserve and unpainted
Emondo A/V furniture with built-in TV elevator. When you're not watching, you just hide the TV in the furniture. Great concept. What's also a nice feature: you can use your remote controls with closed doors.
The physical goal of the LP was to increase the number of grooves on the disk. Thus, the grooves needed to be thinner and closer together. Shellac could not accommodate this increase without compensating sound quality, so vinyl technology was used.