National Geographic : 1924 Nov
ERE at last is everything that counts in radio! Quality of tone-distance reception-selectivity and beauty! A cabinet to grace the music room of town and country homes, with the remarkable new Super-Heterodyne built into it. Distant stations, once tuned in, are marked on the dials, and easy to get again when you want them. There are just two knobs to turn! Near stations, no matter how powerful, are easily tuned out, to get the far ones clearly. And with distance tuning made so easy, the pleasure is in picking your program-listening, not just for distant signals, but to lectures-news-plays music-from everywhere. For the supreme ac complishment of Radiola Super-VIII is the reality of its reproduction-the tone quality of its loud speaker. Tune in, for fine music in all its beauty and richness. ' here's a Radiola fOr every purse nel 'ff Radiola Super-VIII needs NO ANTEN NA, no ground wire or connections of any kind and its bat teries-dry batteries -are hidden inside. Complete with six Radiotrons UV-199. Everything except batteries .. . $425 Radiola Super-Heterodyne, the same receiver in a semi-portable cabinet, with compartments to hold the batteries, and external Radiola Loudspeaker. Including all tubes and Loudspeaker. (Ev erything except batteries) $269 Radio Corporation of America Sales Offices: 233 Broadway, N.Y.C . 10 So. La Salle St., Chicago,Ill. 433 California Street, San Francisco, Cal. There are many Radiolas at many prices. Send for the free booklet that describesthem all. RADIO CORPORATION OF AMERICA Dept. 228. (Address office nearest you.) Please send me your free Radio Booklet. Name Street Address City R.F .D. State This symbol of quality is your protec tion.