National Geographic : 1946 Oct
Gown is a Henri Bendel original. The Musaphonic shown above is the Berkeley Square. s with recorded music on an electronic wave For the space of a heartbeat you doubt your ears! The sheer beauty of a violin's pulsing note, deeply satisfying richness of the wood-winds, the delicate shadings of a great soprano's voice-you've never really heard their glorious natural color on And on Musaphonic's FM radio you'll thrill to the natural color fidelity of every voice and instrument -share in the triumph of electronics over static, fading and station interference. Standard broad casts, too, and globe girdling short wave programs. records until you've listened to Musaphonic. The Musaphonic, in a choice of magnificent period Here, dazzlingly reproduced on an electronic wave, cabinets, is now available at leading dealers. is natural color tone in reality-liber ated for the first time by the magic of GENERAL * ELECTRIC the exclusive G-E Electronic Reproducer. 179-ES RADIO-PHONOGRAPHS Richly styled in the Sheraton manner, this genuine mahogany Musaphonic cabinet, the Stockton, hasfull length figured doors patternedwith satinwood marquetry.Play records or radio without disturbing your flowers ordecorationson the one-piece top. Distinctively American, the Standish in knotty pine breathes a quiet dignity that harmonizes with both modern and tradi tionalfurnishings. Like all Musaphonics, it has a roll-out phonograph drawer and has storage spacefor at least 120 records. This handsomelyillustratedbooklet is yours for the asking. It shows the many beautiful Musaphonic period cabinets from which to choose. For your free copy just write to Musaphonic 110, General Electric Company, Bridgeport, Connecticut.