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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1973)
Once upon a time there was a little quad system who
had good power and a really fine sound. But he cost
only $400, so no one believed him.
"But I know I can. I know I can. I'm discrete," said he
"Aw go on," they replied.
"I'm not only AM, I'm FM, too - with AFC!" he
exclaimed. "I know I can."
"Oh, pshaw," they scoffed.
"But, look! My integrated amp has 4 sliding volume
controls! And I have a built-in quad 8-track tape player!
I know I can . . . !
"Oh, sure," they guffawed.
"And see, I have a quad auxiliary input jack, a remote
balancer jack and a headphone jack. I know I can. I
know . . ."
"Yeah?" they said.
"And my full-sized automatic record changer has a
built-in CD-4 demodulator, cue control and anti-skate
device. I know I can, I know I can."
"Far out,' said some. (Some said "Not Near!")
"And look at my handsome walnut speaker cabinets
each one encloses a hefty 6V2" air suspension speaker.
And I'm Panasonic. You know I can. You know I can.
Lt me play you something. I know I can. I know I can."
"OK," they fairly shouted. And the little Quad that
could blew their minds. (Thereby proving he could.) And
they decided that at a price" like $400 they could. Which
"I knew I could. I knew I could. I knew I quad," said
the lit h Quad (who could).
THE END Panasonic RE8484
You can too, at TEAM
today , . . we know you can,
we know you can.
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Also 3 locations in Omaha
Wednesday, november 28, 1973 daily nebraskan
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