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Capehart-Farnsworth Electronics. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1946) In a Summer's Garden, by Delius. Painted for the Capehart Collection by Hobson Pittman. Capehart Panamuse, Farnsworth phonograph-radio, (1955) Capehart Polaroid Picture Filter. Just see the difference it makes... no eye-straining glare, no eye-fatiguing reflections. Shown: The Amherst (Model 3T216MD). Super Comet Chasis with 21-inch aluminized tube. Front mounted speaker. The company sold luxury home radio-phonographs popular in the 1930s and 1940s and luxury home televisions popular in the 1950s. In 1927, Philo Farnsworth was the first inventor to transmit a television image comprised of 60 horizontal lines. The image transmitted was a dollar sign. Farnsworth developed the dissector tube, the basis of all current electronic televisions. Philo Farnsworth went on to invent over 165 different devices including equipment for converting an optical image into an electrical signal, amplifier, cathode-ray, vacuum tubes, electrical scanners, electron multipliers and photoelectric materials. "Capehart Automatic Phonograph Company" was incorporated February 1928 and the first series were called Orchestrope. Introduced 1928, it was sold until 1930, but had to undergo some changes. Between 1950 and 1952 Farnsworth Television & Radio Corp. changed its name to Capehart-Farnsworth Television & Radio Corp. Enjoy these vintage ads for Capehart-Farnsworth Electronics while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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