Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 20, 1974 · Page 26
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 26

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Monday, May 20, 1974
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Crafted with Core SAVETO $ 101 95 Four beautiful 25' diagonal color consoles SALE ENDS JUNE 1ST. A 'PRESCOTT' • "Color-Lok" 1 button color tuner for instant real-life colors and flesh tones • New lighted Detent UHF tuner and VHP tuner • Slide controls for color, tint and volume • Separate switch for power "on/off" • 25" Diagonal Color TV in Spanish Style Pecan Console is 34 3 /4"Lx29"Hx1 8'/ 2 "W 548 WAS SAVE 71.95 48-2044 B 'HARDWICK' • Black-surround Matrix negative guardband picture tube for distinct bright colors • Keyed AGC and Auto Color Purifier • "Color-Lok" 1 button color tuner for instant locked-in colors and flesh tones • Slide controls for color, tint and volume • 25" Diagonal Color TV in Early American Style 588 SAVE 81.95 48-2064 C 'WAKEFIELD' • Slide controls for color, tint, volume • "Color-Lok" 1 button color tuner for real- life colors and flesh tones instantly • Black-surround Matrix negative guardband picture tube gives you distinct colors • Keyed AGC; Auto Color Purifier • 25" Diagonal Color TV in Mediterranean Style 588 WAS SAVE 81.95 48-2054 D 'SCOTTSDALE' • Features twin speakers, hidden controls • One button "Color-Lok" color tuner for instant realistic colors and flesh tones • Black-surround Matrix negative guardband picture tube produces bright colors • Slide controls for color, tmt and volume • Auto Color Purifier; Auto Gain Control • 25" Diagonal Color TV in Spanish Decor 638 'Approximate WAS I33&85 SAVE 101.95 48-2076 WHY SOLID STATE? Why are solid state devices so important? Simply explained, they make your TV set run better and last longer. Just a few years ago, all TV sets were a complex maze of bulky tubes. These tubes, though more complicated, were similar to light bulbs. They contained filaments that had to heat up to start an electron current flowing. This constant heating weakened the filament and lessened that tube's ability to generate sufficient electrons. The performance of the set began to suffer. Finally the tube would die and so would your TV set. Usually in the middle of your favorite program. Solid state devices (diodes and transistors made of tiny amounts of things such as boron) do the same job as tubes, but do it better. Unlike tubes, however, they don't contain filaments. Instead they're solid, tiny pellets. They don't need to heat up to work, so your TV can operate instantly. And even after hours of use they don't get as hot as tubes, so they last longer. When they finally do die, solid state devices can be repaired or replaced quickly, usually without your set going into the repair shop. WARRANTY Color TV picture tube is warranted for 2 years. Labor included for 1 year. Other parts and transistors, including labor, are covered for 1 year. Limited to original purchaser from date of purchase.

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