National Geographic : 1920 Oct
L .'.-er TONE AMPLIFIER W*TH GI.ILL REMOVED A Phonograph is as Good as Its Tone Amplifier Much is dependent in any phono graph on what happens to the tone waves after they are transmitted from the record to the chamber of amplifi cation. A phonograph which might many attractions otherwise could be ruined, so far as tone is concerned, if the tone amplifier is not scientifically constructed. In The Brunswick all this has been of prime impor tance. And we are con vinced that the Brunswick Tone Amplifier conforms to every acoustic principle. It is built entirely of wood, moulded into an oval. Every angle, every help to tone wave expansion is cal culated scientifically. have With this and other developments of the Brunswick Method of Repro duction, we have been able to attain for this super-instrument a reputation of tone superiority. It is not difficult to compare phonographs and their tone. Merely hear them. Your ear will quickly pick out the best even if you were blindfolded. So hear this Brunswick. You'll be delighted with its better tone and exception ally fine cabinet work, and you will hesitate at buying a lesser phonograph. Visit a Brunswick Dealer. Hear also Brunswick Records-likewise superior. They can be played on any phonograph with steel or fiber needles. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER COMPANY General Offices: 623-633 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago Branch Houses in Principal Cities of Canadian Distributors: Musical Merchandise United States. Mexico and Canada Sales Co.. 819 Yonge St.. Toronto "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"