Monday’s “Selective Hearing” trivia answer…and info…

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If you were with us on Monday’s J and J Midday show, you heard some “odd” noises that were not coming from Isabelle, Jim, or Justin.  We actually had a device in the studio emitting odd noises picked up by the microphone at the round table. It was a 1950’s “Zenith” remote control for an early TV.  The four tuning forks inside it triggered motors that ran the volume up and down, and the VHF tuner up and down as well.  A time-proven way to do certain “TV Tasks.”

Want to read more?  Here ya go.  Read this interesting link from The Verge Dot com.

Written by: Jim Carlyle

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