National Geographic : 1925 Jan
RADIOLA X -the famous Regenoflex circuit, in a rich mahogany cabinet, with a built-in loudspeaker, and space for the batteries. With four Radiotrons WD-11. Com plete except batteries and antenna. ...... . $245 HE"distancefan"is now a listener! The thrill of radio is no longer in getting fifty stations in a night, for radio has conquered distance, and turns now to music. Music from far stations-music from near stations-clearand true! No longer will horn sounds, noises, thinned and flattened tones pass for music because they come from far away. In the Radiola X, each thread of sound reaches your room as it was played or sung. Speech is clear, voices are real. The engineers have kept pace with the broadcasters-have improved reception to meet an ever-widening world of fun. With the simplicity, the beauty, and the tone quality of Radiola X, the home be comes a fascinating corner in a world of new interests and new pleasures. S~ 1RADIOL "?heresa Radiola for every purse -sensitive, / L iating. W Radio Corporation of America WD-11 and Sales Offices: Suite No. 351 Entirely con 233 Broadway, New York 10 So. La Salle St., Chicago,Ill. ies and ante 28 Geary St., San Francisco, Cal. Uses o q qualityyi your yrotection Radiola REG.U.S. PAL OFF. A REGENOFLEX clear-toned, non-rad ith four Radiotrons Radiola Loudspeak side for the batteries. nplete except batter nna..... $191 nly dry batteries. ~"'