Sparton Cosmic Eye Television (May, 1952)

Sparton Cosmic Eye Television

Now, get TV pictures so sharp, bright and clear it’s like having an eye in the sky! Exclusive, improved Ultra-Range Tuner® gets more of the transmitted signal, feeds more into the powerful Cosmic Eye chassis. Cosmic Eye Picture-Lock “then holds picture steady as Gibraltar. See Sparton Cosmic Eye Television® today!

Shown above: 21″ Sparton Lochmoor, flawless big-screen television in lustrous, hand-rubbed mahogany veneer. Powerful, 27-tube-performance chassis for trouble-free operation. Look for the Lochmoor at your Sparton dealer’s.

The Superb Sparton Showpiece Of Your Home

5 comments
  1. JMyint says: April 21, 20119:32 am

    Hmm, company is still around.

    http://www.sparton.com/…

  2. Toronto says: April 21, 201110:10 am

    I wonder if “Cosmi Eye” refers to one of these tubes (http://www.oldradioworl…) used as tuning indicators. I don’t think I’ve ever seen one on a television – only radios. However, I once owned an old TV that would superimpose a purple line in the middle of the screen when the fine tuning knob was engaged. By making the line as narrow and sharp as possible, you could optimize your tuning even when you had a crappy picture.

  3. Charlene says: April 21, 20118:24 pm

    @Toronto: I think it was just unusually florid ad copy. The Sparton ad on this page is even more bombastic.

  4. Hirudinea says: April 22, 20114:07 pm

    Cosmic Eye, eh? Just the thing to watch The Outer Limits on!

  5. Jayessell says: April 22, 20116:24 pm

    It sounds like an improved horizontal and vertical hold.

    Is 27 tubes a lot?

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