Hit or Miss
Hit or Miss: Eumig Table / Portable Hybrid
One of the big objections about the new portable transistor radios was the thin sound produced by the (necessarily) small loudspeaker. What better way to get around this problem than to plug it into a larger speaker when at home. This advert is from a July 1960 edition of the Wireless and Electrical Trader. Hit or Miss, you tell me?
New "personal sets" can really become "round the house" radios as well when the set is a new "TOWN & COUNTRY." Here is the sister set to the outstanding EUMIG, a personal with 8 transistors plus 2 diodes, 2 wavebands, press-button selection, yet still only 6in. x 3½in. x 1½in. But wait, there's more to "TOWN & COUNTRY" than that. Into the side of the long low table casing goes the "personal set" and - click - there's the rich tone and volume of a full 7in. elliptical speaker. When you're ready to go, your EUMIG personal is ready as well, sliding out at a touch. "TOWN & COUNTRY" is 2 sets in one, together the neatest and most exciting development you've sold. Be sure you are the first with the "TOWN & COUNTRY" by contacting your wholesaler now.
Eumig Lautrec 23½ gns
Obtainable through your wholesaler or for information write direct to Blazy & Clement Ltd., 137 Regent Street, London W1.