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1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 241 (206)

1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition
1952 Theatre Catalog
1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 241
Page 241


1952 Theatre Catalog, 10th Edition, Page 241

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A famous G-E Aluminum Voice Coil in every onel



*After two years exposure to hot sun, rain, sleet and sn0w*with no shelter whatever in any season- 7 out of 8 General Electric speakers played well enough to perform in your radio set!

These recent tests at Electronics Park subjected the speakers to many times the abuse they would receive under years of actual playing conditions, indoors or out. It boils down to one more dramatic proof of this fact: You can depend on General Electric qualitye 1'72 design, in engineering, in construction.



A Unretouched photo shows only slight tarnish on speakers. Special

Your cusfomers are entitled to this quality. Ask the General Electric plating gives excellent protection to steel frames, General Electric dealer nearest you about the new, weather-tested drive-in speaker.

none of which were corroded after vigorous tests.

{ Racked on exposure tray, speakers were checked at intervals for 2 years, then taken apart and examined for wear. Outdoorvtype cones were warped only slightly, G-E aluminum voice coils were like new.



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