National Geographic : 1924 Jul
Achieving New Wonders! Radiola Super-VIII is an improved Super-Heterodyne, of the second harmonic type. With 6 Radiotrons UV-199. COMPLETE except bat teries . . . . $425 Also available in semi-portable cabinet, with outside separate Radiola Loudspeaker $286 This symbol of quality is your protec tion. "'There's Radio Corporation of America Sales Offices: 233 Broadway, New York 10 So. La Salle St., Ch 433 California St., San Francisco, Cal. Radio REG U.S. PAT OFF Radiola Super-PIII The greatest of the new Radiolas! In its fine cabinet is the newest Super-Heterodyne receiver, re markable in its performance. Without antenna -without ground wire or any connections -it gets tremendous distances, tunes out all interference from near stations, and establishes new receiving records. Yet it is su premely simple-with two dials to indicate the location of the sta tions-and just two knobs to turn to tune in. Listen in! Get the fine music of famous orchestras exactly as it is played. Radiola Super-VIII has a new loudspeaker, specially de signed, built right into the cab inet. Get the ball games and the political conventions-real as be ing on the spot. Know the joy of choosing as you will, from the best of the nation's programs. a Radiolafor every purse" There are many Radiolas at many icprices. Send for the free booklet icago, 111. that describes them all. ciA de Radio Corporation of America Dept. 357 (address office nearest you). Gentlemen: Please send me your free Radio Booklet. Name................................. A rlPsan -...