National Geographic : 1926 Mar
iols are pacemakers in ralue, too Value in radio hangs not on price alone but on performance-and permanence. Whatever you can afford to pay for a radio set, you will find in an RCA Radiola the greatest value your money can buy. Radiola 20-new five-tube set at $115. This new antenna set is uni-controlled. It has the new power tube which gives volume of reception on dry batteries and great clarity of tone. The price includes all five Radiotrons. Radiola 25-six-tube Super-Hetero dyne at $165. The Radiola Super-Het erodyne is now operated with a single finger tip. It has the new dry battery power tube. And it can be adapted for use with the RCA Loudspeaker Model 104, without any batteries. The price includes all six Radiotrons. Radiola 28-eight-tube Super-Hetero dyne at $260. The eight-tube Super Heterodyne has new power. Its desk type cabinet has room for all the dry batteries, though it may be adapted for use without batteries if combined with RCA Loud speaker Model 104. The price includes all eight Radiotrons. Radiola 30-ight-tube Super-Hetero dyne with power speaker-uses no batteries: $575. Its hidden loudspeaker is the new RCA cone type power speaker. And it operates entirely from your lighting socket. It is unsurpassed in tone and in performance. The price includes every thing. Just plug in-and tune in-with a single control! I) " IQ CAsetsor .. . speakers using I R fd I E house current hP%^/ m r-^ '.'H .'1 * maybe plugged S...I .' '- - in on any5o MADE BY*THE MA K.EIS 0F KADI0TKONS or6ocycle,11t rolt A. C. light ing circuit.