GOODS & SERVICES: New Ideas, Aug. 10, 1953


3-D Music. Columbia Records brought out a small (7 in. by 7 in.), box-enclosed speaker with a long extension cord which can be plugged into its new "360" phonograph (TIME, Dec. 22, 1952) as an auxiliary speaker. The music, coming from both the phonograph and extra speaker, "surrounds" the listener and is reproduced with a richer tone. Price: $24.95.

Rolled Sheet. The first pre-packaged rolls of sheet metal for do-it-yourself householders were put on sale by Illinois Zinc Co. Made of a nonrusting zinc and copper alloy, the sheet metal can be used for roof and gutter repairs, etc. Price:...

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