New British bills reproduce sound with phonograph records

New British notes reproduce sound from phonograph recordsA photo from open sources

A month ago, the central bank of the United Kingdom introduced appeal a new type of notes. Unique banknotes are not made them money paper, and from a special polymer material that gives them truly excellent performance.

New British banknotes can be easily washed in typewriter, drop into puddles and dirt, wrinkle and crumple. Banknotes from this not deteriorate and do not get dirty, and their edges, unlike traditional cellulose banknotes do not wear out at all. Water resistant polymeric material is very difficult to obtain, and copy the picture almost impossible. Therefore, fake such money is excluded for everything one hundred.

Residents of Misty Albion immediately began to experiment with new notes, checking them, so to speak, for durability. It is not known who first came up with the idea to use such banknote as a needle for reproducing sound from gramophone records, but the result was probably very impressive “inventor”.

In particular, the new five pounds allow for relatively tolerable quality playing music in this way. For it is necessary to unwind the plate and touch it corner of the bill. In contact with the spiral groove on the disc, plastic money begins to rattle, making a sound. Cash the signs are so well executed that their long use with such an unusual goal does not affect the state banknotes.

Numerous videos in which the British lose banknotes music from records can be considered a kind of unofficial reward to developers of new money.


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