Alexander Graham Bell: Hear His Voice

Researchers recover Bell's voice from a recording held by the Smithsonian Institution.
0:45 | 04/26/13

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You can hear him now a 128. Years after he spoke -- the words of Alexander Graham Bell inventor of the telephone are now audible. Thanks to new audio re mastering technology. Yeah. Yeah. -- very happy about his elegant addiction just barely breaking through more than a century of static. The recording was printed into a rubber and cardboard -- have been ignored for more than a century lost they thought to history. Technicians now hope to recreate the process and -- more from bells a -- that laboratory in the coming years.

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