A brief look at Remler Radio
Remler Eight Year Pedigree
Remler Radio Manufacturing Plant
Since the Pioneer Days of Radio the Remler Super-Heterodyne has maintained its reputation for Reliability.
EIGHT years ago EIGHT tubes--
EIGHT tubes today.
Eight years ago radio suddenly boomed. Hundreds of stations sprang up. Confusion and congestion of the air lanes and over-lapping of signals showed the crystal set up for the toy that it was, and thousands of radio fans demanded a new receiver to meet the new conditions.
Anticipating this demand by two years, Remler engineers had quietly and perseveringly set to work to perfect the Super-Heterodyne in 1922. The new receiver was not released until May, 1924, when it had proved itself to be a "super" receiver capable of conquering the chaos of the air.
From 1924 to 1929 Remler continued to manufacture the Super-Heterodyne, using this original circuit with only minor changes.
These years of experience in building the Super-Heterodyne are built into the new 1931 Remler Super-Heterodyne, which is engineered to the table-sized model in conformity with the modern demand for economy of space.
The first "Remler 45,000 cycle Super-Heterodyne" looked like this.
It was a massive brute two feet long with a loop aerial almost three feet.
high. It required several tuning adjustments and additional micrometer tuning devices as compared with the single control used today.
The 1924 Remler cost more than two hundred dollars. The new 1931 Remler Super-Heterodyne, with all of its modern refinements, costs just about one-third as much as the Remler of eight years ago.