|Name:||Audio Industries (brand Ultratone); Michigan City, IN (USA)|
Audio Industries; West XXX Street, Michigan City, Indiana (1963). Brand = Ultratone. Manufacturer of tape recorders and record cutting models for blank laquers. Ultratone is mentioned in "Radio & Television Retailing", March 1947, page 115 and AUDIO RECORD, November 1949.
Not to be confused with Ultratone Mfg. Co., Inc.
Trademark "Ultratone" first use Aug. 01, 1945; filed Mar. 01, 1946; registered with USPTO Feb. 07, 1950.
This manufacturer was suggested by Wolfgang Scheida.
|USA||56||Ultratone 110||25CA5||The Ultratone Model 110 is a AC Operated Phono Amplifier With 3 Speed Manual Record Pla...|
|USA||50||Ultratone PR-2||33 & 78 rpm.|
|USA||45||Ultratone Radio & Record Cutter||6SA7||5 functions: Radio / Phono / Rec. Radio / Rec. Mic / P.A..|
|USA||47||Ultratone PM-61||Disc storage compartment in cover. Case is plywood covered with two-tone fabricoid. Portab...|
|USA||46||Phonograph WA-6||Model WA-6 wireless type phonograph with automatic record changer.Combined manual- or auto...|
|USA||47||Ultratone TA-7||Model TA-7 table style record player with Milwaukee-Erwood automatic disc changer. Tone co...|
|USA||47||Ultratone PM-70||Case is plywood covered in two-tone fabricoid. Portable.|
|USA||47||Ultratone PA-61||Case is plywood covered with durable, two-tone fabricoid. Portable.|
|USA||46||Ultratone PB-6||unknown_Tube||Record storage compartment in cover.|
|USA||46||Ultratone PM-6||unknown_Tube||Record storage compartment in cover.|
|USA||46||Ultratone OM-6||Self-starting phono motor plays 10" or 12" records. Feather weight crystal pick-up.|
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