National Geographic : 1980 Nov
RCAs 1981ColorTrak black and white... RCA's advanced Detail Processor makes itpossible. All color television pictures are made up of two kinds of picture infor mation. Color And black and white. In order to create a color picture, every television has to keep each of these signals separate during proc essing. But if the separation of black and white from color isn't kept com plete, the color picture you see won't be quite as crisp and clear as it could be. That's because one signal would "spill over" into the other To keep black and white separate from color and bring you every subtle shade of color... crisply,clearly... RCA has introduced the advanced Detail Processor to ColorTrak. It separates color from black and white within the closest of tolerances. Then, with the help of RCAs eight automatic color systems, locks the right color on track. Even colors only subtle shades apart. Forthe very best color picture in RCA history. Ask your RCA Dealer for a personal demonstration of ColorTrak 1981. He'll show you the wide range of screen sizes and stylings you have to choose from. Ranging from tradi- COLORTRAK tional... all the way to modern. He'll also introduce you to the new ColorTrak remote control. You'll quickly discover why this is the most advanced remote to ever control a ColorTrak. And while you're looking at ColorTrak, why not listen to ColorTrak? Some models even include Dual Dimension Sound. With sound closer to stereo than monaural. But whichever model you choose, we're quite sure that you'll be just as proud of your 1981 ColorTrak as we are. RCAIS MAKINGTELEVISIONBETTERANDBETTER. *Availableon most 1981ColorTrakmodels. Simulated TV picture. 19" Diagonal set shown is "The Raeburn;' model FER485. For the complete line of ColorTrakmodels, write: RCAConsumer Electronics, Dept. 32-312, 600 North Sherman Dr., Indianapolis, IN 46201.