National Geographic : 1972 Feb
We have too much to lose. out of the dark ages, and that it was our flashcube that started people taking four flash pictures in a row without changing bulbs, and that we sell 6000 different types of lighting, you know why we just can't afford to turn out stereo systems that are anything less than great. Our reputation depends on it. It's the reason our Sealed Air-Suspension speakers, for instance, sound like standard speakers two sizes larger. Not just with their own Sylvania tuner-amplifier, but with anybody else's as well. Since our components are sold both separately and as complete systems, we invite you to try them out both ways. Drive those wide dispersion Sylvania speakers with somebody else's 120-watt AM/FM stereo tuner-amplifier. Play that Sylvania solid state stereo receiver through somebody else's two-way speakers. Compare our built-in record changer to any at the price. Give everyone equal time, we insist. After all, we know we make great stereo. SWith a reputation like ours, =-EoRALTELEPHR 6 ELECTROfnIes we'd better.