HEADSET STAND FOR RADIO (Oct, 1923)

The guy who invented this would have been rich if it hadn’t been for those pesky speaker pushers.

HEADSET STAND FOR RADIO
An ornamental wooden headset stand, for use as a distribution center when a number of receivers are used simultaneously, and as a rack for holding the headphones when these are idle, has been introduced. This appliance eliminates any crowding near the equipment. The’ stand may be moved around a room at will, and when the concert is finished, it may be conveniently placed in a corner or closet, out of the way. The outfit has a switch to disconnect any receivers not in use.

3 comments
  1. Kryten007 says: March 7, 20073:20 pm

    Sonic hookah!

  2. Stannous says: March 7, 20078:10 pm

    damn, Kryten, my thoughts exactly!

  3. Mark says: March 29, 20094:14 pm

    If they’re all listening to the same radio why are they wearing headphones?

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