The Zenith Controversy Part II

Last week we had some interesting facts about the history of radio and its development.  Part of that discussion was the development of the Chicago Radio Laboratory which later became the Zenith Radio Corporation.  You may recall that Zenith was one of the first radio manufacturers and became known for  high quality and innovation based upon visions…

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The Road to the Vacuum Tube Hearing Aid

As we saw last week at Hearing international, the road to a working portable electric hearing instrument involved a series of inventions such as the telephone and the carbon microphone before Miller Reese Hutchinson put the parts together and presented the world with a working electronic hearing device.  Recall that the carbon microphone was invented in 1878 and by 1896…

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