National Geographic : 1946 Dec
The Musaphonic shown above is the Berkeley Square Negligee by EdwardJ. Macksoud Company S /ld" - the gift of great music through the years The gods themselves might envy this gift-an z instrument worthy of the world's great music. The music you love on your favorite program or from your record library. Beauty unawakened lies in your favorite records awaiting the magic wand of the new G-E Electronic Reproducer to release their full enchantment.When you listen on Musaphonic, their beauty and round ness and depth are unbelievable. Here, too, you'll hear the miracle of G] General Electric FM radio - its lovely nat ural color tone-its triumph over radio's old foes: static, and fading, and station interfer ence. Here is unsurpassed reception of standard radio and globe girdling short wave broadcasts. This Christmas there won't be nearly enough of these superb instruments-in their magnificent pe riod cabinets-to meet the demands of America's music lovers. So it might be wise to ask your Musaphonic dealer for a demonstration at once. NERAL ELECTRIC RADIO17P-E RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS -2J This Musaphonic breakfront cabinet, the Distinctively American, the Standish in This handsomely illustratedbooklet isyours Otley, a creation in genuine American knotty pine breathes a quiet dignity that for the asking. It shows the many beautiful walnut, has swirl grainpanels and delicate harmonizes with both modern and tradi- Musaphonicperiod cabinetsfrom which to beaded moldings in the Chippendale man- tional furnishings. Like all Musaphonics, choose. For your free copy just write ner. Play records or radio without disturb- it has a smooth-action roll-out phonograph to: Musaphonic 112, General Electric ingyourflowersor vase on the one-piece top. drawer and stores at least 120 records. Company, Bridgeport, Connecticut.