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Originally all cylinders sold had to be recorded live on the softer brown wax which wore out in as few as twenty playings.Later cylinders were reproduced either mechanically or by linking phonographs together with rubber tubes.Tin foil was not a practical recording medium for either commercial or artistic purposes and the crude hand-cranked phonograph was only marketed as a novelty, to little or no profit.Edison moved on to developing a practical incandescent electric light and the next improvements to sound recording technology were made by others.A standard system was decided upon by Edison Records, Columbia Phonograph, and other companies in the late 1880s.The standard cylinders are about 4 inches (10 cm) long, Over the years the type of wax used in cylinders was improved and hardened so that cylinders could be played with good quality over 100 times.In 1902 Edison Records launched a line of improved hard wax cylinders marketed as "Edison Gold Molded Records".The major development of this line of cylinders is that Edison had developed a process that allowed a mold to be made from a master cylinder which then permitted the production of several hundred cylinders to be made from the mold.
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The buyer could then use a mechanism which left their surfaces shaved smooth so new recordings could be made on them.
Cylinder machines of the late 1880s and the 1890s were usually sold with recording attachments.