Pho"no*scope (?), n. [Phono- + -scope.] Physics (a)

An instrument for observing or exhibiting the motions or properties of sounding bodies; especially, an apparatus invented by Konig for testing the quality of musical strings.


An instrument for producing luminous figures by the vibrations of sounding bodies.


© Webster 1913.

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