July 1969 Radio-Electronics
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Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics.
See articles from Radio-Electronics,
published 1930-1988. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.
This subscription renewal
for Radio-Electronics magazine was tucked inside one of the group of
1969 issues I bought on eBay. It's not a big deal, but is always interesting to
see how the companies communicated with customers in the day. Note that the
mailing address for Radio-Electronics is simply Boulder, Colorado, with no
street address given - all the mailmen must have known where they were.
Radio-Electronics Subscription Letter
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Thank you very much for your recent subscription for Radio-Electronics Magazine.
It will indeed be a pleasure to bring you new electronics ideas ... exciting electronics
projects ... tested servicing techniques ... important inventions, discoveries and
breakthroughs in the months ahead.
Your order is now being processed and you will receive your first issue shortly.
Quickly, you'll see how every copy is crammed cover-to-cover with useful know-how
on TV and radio servicing, test instruments, transistors, audio, hi-fi, stereo,
tape recording, CB, industrial electronics, communications, experimental ideas,
hobby highlights and just about every other area of electronics that is of vital
interest to you.
Nothing important in electronics is left out or passed over without crystal-clear
coverage. You see at-a-glance what's happening in electronics, get precise schematics
for intriguing projects, receive buyers' guides and directories that pinpoint special
features of equipment you use in your electronic pursuits.
But that's not all you get as a regular subscriber. Each month you'll read about
how to track radio and TV interference, how to service color TV sets with ease,
how to handle test instruments with greater skill, how to build an all-transistor
FM multiplex generator, how to locate TV tuner troubles without tearing the set
apart, how to save money on repairs and improvements, how to build the two state
amplifier, how to make TV servicing more profitable -- and the list of helpful articles
is almost endless.
Little wonder we're so pleased to be bringing you these coming valuable issues!
As you requested when you sent in your order, I am enclosing a bill for your subscription.
Please be sure to return this bill with your check or money order. A postage-paid
reply envelope is enclosed for your convenience.
Again, let me thank you for your subscription.