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1953-54 Theatre Catalog, 11th Edition, Page 170 (136)

1953-54 Theatre Catalog, 11th Edition
1953-54 Theatre Catalog
1953-54 Theatre Catalog, 11th Edition, Page 170
Page 170

1953-54 Theatre Catalog, 11th Edition, Page 170

For Dependable Performance at Your Drive-In Theatre

For Effective Low-CostUnderground Sound Transnnsuon

For All ln-Cur Speakers and

ln-Car Heaters


of satisfactory sound transmission are (T) trouble-free wiring (2) long lasting speaker cords that do not catch or become damaged easily.

Whitney Blake Teleseal Direct Burial Underground Wire means trouble-free wiring. Teleseal is constructed like a miniature submarine cable. it has a tough, long-wearing Neoprene iacket for extra protection. You can bury Teleseal directly in the ground without expensive conduit or other protection even in damp locations. This means Teleseal costs much less to install.

Another important advantage of Teleseal is the lasting adhesion of the inside rubber insulation to the conductor. This is accomplished by the exclusive Whitney Blake Teleplate* process.

2nd Big Hit- Standard Koiled Kord features a neat 16 inch coil when not in use. It extends easily to 8 feet and always retracts to its original length when tension is released.

Drive-in operators are giving star billing to Koiled Kords, the perfect answer to the problem of the right length for in-car speakers and in-car heaters. Koiled Kords automatically stretch to car-to-post distance. Whether it's two feet or eight feet Koiled Kords extend smoothly. No slack or hanging loops catch on car proiections. Koiled Kords mean fewer speaker losses, lower repair and maintenance costs. They come furnished with 2 and 3 conductors.

Both these stellar attractions can be "booked" through your theatre supply house or local electrical distributor. Always specify Koiled Kords when you order in-car speakers or heaters.


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1953-54 Theatre Catalog, 11th Edition, Page 170