Phonograph (New Leaf)

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Type of furniture Phonograph #1,100 
Music player
Phonograph
Buy price Sell price
 1,840 Bells  460 Bells[nb 1]
Size
1.0 x 1.0  1 × 1
Obtain via
Customize No customization options.
Rarity group D
HHA theme challenges Antique
HHA points 151
HHA penalty if facing wall No
Style Historical
Colors
Variations
None
In other games
Animal Crossing (phonograph)
Wild World (phonograph)
New Horizons (phonograph)
Names in other languages
 ちくおんき
 축음기
 fonografo
 Grammofon
 N/A
 phonographe
 fonógrafo
 N/A
 N/A
 phonographe
 fonógrafo
 N/A

The phonograph is a furniture item in Animal Crossing: New Leaf. It can be placed on the surface of tables and other similar furniture that have surfaces for items. If this item is placed on the ground however, it is penalized by the Happy Home Academy by 1 point per each item. It functions as a stereo, allowing the player to play K.K. Slider's music.

The phonograph can be obtained from Timmy and Tommy's store for  1,840 Bells.[nb 2]

This item appears as a furniture item in the homes of Amelia, Annalise, Becky, Blaire, Chrissy, Deli, Diana, Diva, Dobie, Elmer, Elvis, Gladys, Gonzo, Gwen, Jambette, Ken, Kitty, Kody, Limberg, Marcel, Merengue, Miranda, Muffy, Naomi, Olaf, Opal, Pango, Pate, Pekoe, Rizzo, Skye, Soleil, Sterling, T-Bone, Tammi, Tia, Vic, Victoria, and Zell. As a result, this item can be purchased by the player if they were invited by any of the preceding villagers. Villagers may also put this item up for sale at the Re-Tail flea market for 50% to 90% of the item's buy price, in increments of 10%.

In other games

Notes

  1. Re-Tail sell price; can be sold for 80% of this price ( 368 Bells) at Timmy and Tommy's store
  2. As a standard furniture item available from Timmy and Tommy's store, this item is also available from the following sources: shaking trees; gifts from villagers and campers; the player's birthday; balloons (if the item's rarity group is very rare); and the police station (if the item's rarity group is common)

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