National Geographic : 1920 Nov
Q~he ULTONA PLAYINGA BRUNSWICKHECORO No More Scratching Noises Instead, Pure reproduction One of the foremost features of the Brunswick Method of Reproduction is the Ultona, as pictured above. It plays all makes of records-at a turn of the hand it presents the correct needle and diaphragm. Each record is played at its best, without the bother of attachments. But another great advan tage of the Ultona is that it ends those "surface noises" or scratching sounds formerly associated with phonographic music. It is the only counter balanced reproducer and tone arm-and this patent is the secret of purer reproduction. Contact between needle and record is so perfectly bal- anced that all those old-time and dis agreeable noises are banished. To prove Brunswick Superiority, hear different records played on it. Note their greater clarity and charm. You've never heard any record at its best until you've heard it on The Brunswick. A Brunswick dealer will be glad to explain the Ultona and other remarkable ad vancements made possible by the Brunswick Method of Reproduction. Ask to Hear Brunswick Records Played on any phonograph with steel or fiber needles. They, too, offer betterments. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE COLLENDER COMPANY General Offices: 623-633 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago Branch Houses in Principal Cities of United States, Mexico and Canada Canadian Distributors: Musical Merchandise s ales Co., 79 Wellington St., West, Toronto, Ont. "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"