Electronically New… (Jul, 1962)
PORTABLE CLOCK RADIO also serves as alarm. Button under thumb causes light (arrow) to illuminate clock or radio dial. Earphone jack provides quiet listening. Six-transistor circuit has push-pull output. Comes in tan or blue case. Toshiba Model 6TC-485. Clock radio is priced at $59.95 from Transistor World Corporation, 52 Broadway, New York City 4, N.Y.
WIRED TRANSISTOR 1200 INTERCOM is a two-station set for the home or farm which provides distortion-free two-way communication. Two-wire cable included extends one mile. Operates from single low-cost battery, has built-in buzzer for signaling. Comes with 9-volt battery, cable. $19.50 from P. A. Brown, Dept. MC-1, 54 Ruxton Rd., Great Neck, L. I., N.Y.
QUIET STEREO is provided by these hi-fi stereo earphones, similar to those used by astronauts. Impedance of 16 ohms and flat response is provided over full audio range. Plug can be wired for stereo or mono operation. Phones adjust vertically, axially. $37.50, Roanwell Corp., 180 Varick St., New York 14
COMBO TELEPHONE AMP and radio provides hands-free telephoning simply by resting phone on cradle-top. When not in use as telephone amplifier, the unit serves as four-transistor AM radio. Automatically switches to amplifier when phone is in place. $32.95 from H and N, 6452 Lankershim, N. Hollywood, Calif.