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Quam-Nichols Company Speakers
June 1958 Radio & Television News Article

June 1958 Radio & TV News
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Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Radio & Television News, published 1919-1959. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.

This advertisement for the Quam-Nichols Company's famous line of speakers appeared in the the June 1958 issue of Radio & TV News magazine, just a couple pages after a "Within the Industry" column announcing Helen Staniland Quam having been elected president of the Association of Electronic Parts & Equipment Manufacturers, Inc. The company, born in Chicago, Illinois, is still in business, but now going by the name Quam Speakers. From their website: "Commercial loudspeaker products have been our sole focus since 1930. This means nearly 90 years of real world learning, testing, refining, re-inventing, adapting - not just our products but also our way of working with our customers. We understand that commercial loudspeakers are often the last thing on your mind, but it's the first thing your clients hear. That's why you can trust Quam to deliver products that are well built, up to code, and up to your high standards."

Quam-Nichols Company Speakers Ad

Quam-Nichols Company Speakers, June 1958 Radio & Television News - RF CafeYou can rely on Quam Speakers in every Sound System installation

You get trouble-free operation and excellent sound reproduction with Quam Adjust-a-Cone Public Address Speakers. Their wide frequency response range and heavy rugged construction assure you of complete customer satisfaction.

Quam - and only Quam Lowest possible flux loss Accurate magnet alignment - gives you these important benefits:

Lowest possible flux loss, Accurate magnet alignment - made possible by the patented U-Shaped Pot

Precise centering and voice coil alignment - because of the patented Adjust-a-Cone

Greater heat and humidity protection in outdoor speakers - with the new exclusive Humidi-Gard Cone

Over 25 years of engineering "know-how" is built into every Quam speaker. EIA standards are rigidly adhered to, your assurance of top quality and performance.

Write for your free copy of Catalog S-757, describing the complete line of Quam Public Address, Outdoor and Intercom speakers.

Quam, the Quality Line for All Your Speaker Needs

Quam-Nichols Company

238 East Marquette Avenue • Chicago 37, Illinois

In Canada - A. T. R. Armstrong, Ltd., 700 Weston Road, Toronto 9, Ontario

D. Eldon McLennan, Ltd., 1624 W. Third Avenue, Vancouver 9, B.C.

 

 

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