National Geographic : 1949 Aug
/gi 6 iJ 46/-. ( &// Maybe you feel the finest in television is beyond your reach . . . but don't be sure till you have seen DuMont. See how clear, how brilliant, how steady is the picture on DuMont's huge, direct-view screen. Delight in the power and richness of tone that swells out of its deep throat. Compare performance. Compare value. See if the Best isn't also your best buy. ^r: v -^i dIs 1'4 ^i? . -*' .* The Du Mont Colony-116 square-inch direct-view television screen. AM and FM radio, and dual-,,speed automatic record player. One of a complete line of television receivers. UVMNI Z/( j<^ Heart of television is the cathode ray picture tube. It was Dr. Allen B. DuMont's development of this device that made electronic television commercially practical.DuMont was first to market a television receiver; first with postwar receivers; and operates the world's first television network. DuMont is a leading maker of telecasting equipment. The superb quality of your DuMont receiver is the natural result of DuMont's long experience in all phases of television-and only in television. Allen B. Du Mont Laboratories, Inc. . . . General Television Sales Offices and Station WABD, 515 Madison Avenue, New York 22, N. Y .... Home Offices and Plants, Passaic,N. J . Cabinets designed by Herbert Rosengren Copyright 1949, Allen B. Du Mont Laboratories, Inc.