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The new RCA Victor Tape Recorder (1957)

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Andy Thomas finds 8 daily uses for his new RCA Victor Tape Recorder

(it cost him only $159.95)

“It’s great!” says Andy Thomas, referring to his new RCA Victor Congressional tape recorder.

“Frankly, I bought it just for office use. But soon I was taking it home — to parties — everywhere. Push-buttons make it a cinch to operate. And thanks to ‘Golden Throat’ tone, the playbacks really sound professional. You also get two speeds: one is best for voice — one for music. But don’t take my word. Today, ask your RCA Victor dealer to show you the Congressional (model 7TR2) in tan simulated leather. If you prefer Hi-Fi, there are 2 beautiful models from $199.95.”

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