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Visit the Museum of Endangered Sounds for a Bit of Nostalgic Sound-Based Fun

Are you ready for a trip down memory lane? Then you will definitely want to visit the Museum of Endangered Sounds where you can have fun listening to the classic sounds of yesteryear!

Enjoy listening to the sound of dial-up, the login sound of Windows 95, that classic Nokia ringtone, and more at the Museum.

Click on a picture to play the sound, then click on the picture again to stop it. The sounds will continue to play until you click on the chosen picture…

Museum of Endangered Sounds [via Neatorama]

Browse on over to another of our ETC posts for more nostalgic sound fun:

11 Extinct Technology Sounds

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 06/12/12

Comments (6)

  1. Khai

    dot matrix printers endangered??

    obviously never used multi-part stationary that won’t work with Lasers or Inkjets… still widely used in warehouses, shipping company’s and stores such as Homebase….

  2. Keith

    No “uh oh?” : )

  3. Dan

    What game is that in the bottom right? The point and click adventure. I know I’ve played it but can’t place it.

  4. Lizbit

    We still have a dot matrix printer here at work, obviously we don’t use it, but it is in such good condition we havent got the heart to throw it away

  5. Dave

    These sounds MUST be endangered. When I clicked on the pictures at the website there was not any sound!

  6. Ivan

    @Dan it’s from Encarta Encyclopedia. I used to have it on a Windows 98 machine.

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