from H.H. Scott brochure........circa, 1962,
"EXCLUSIVE H.H. SCOTT LABORATORY
STANDARD GUARANTEE ASSURES EXCELLENCE"
"Every H.H. Scott
component is furnished with a bonded guarantee to assure you that it meets or exceeds the
technical specifications claimed for it. This guarantee is made possible by the stringent
quality control tests given each H.H. Scott component before it leaves the factory."
"Component high fidelity reaches far beyond an
ordinary phonograph in performance and complexity. When we purchase stereo components,
most of us do not have enough technical knowledge to gauge the quality of engineering.
Therefore we must rely on the opinions of others in making our decision. We must examine
the background and reputation of the company. Let's examine H. H. Scott in light of this:
Scott engineers analyze problems in fresh ways, solve them through
sound engineering techniques. Until Scott, in 1952, solved the engineering problems
involved in designing a "flat" amplifier covered with a handsomely styled case,
high fidelity components were ugly and bulky . . . a maze of tubes and wires. This Scott
innovation was immediately adopted throughout the industry.
protects you against obsolescence. In 1954, Scott engineers developed a new kind of
circuitry using Wide-Band design. Today, with FM stereo multiplex a reality, Wide-Band
design is essential. Scott's pioneering Wide-Band tuner design of eight years ago has
become a necessity in good stereo reception
equally conservative in advertising claims. Scott insists that every unit off dealers'
shelves should exceed advertised specifications . . . these figures should not apply to
just a selected engineering master sample. As a result, engineering tests by leading high
fidelity publications consistently show ratings better than claimed by Scott.
component receives more than 50 separate quality tests before it leaves the factory. Our
test engineers insist on rigid test procedures to assure long trouble-free operating life.
that its service to the customer begins with his purchase . . . that your problems are our
problems. We have many letters from satisfied Scott owners well pleased with our service.
Scott has grown over the years because enthusiastic owners recommend Scott to their
friends and acquaintances. Before you decide on your high fidelity system, we suggest that
you ask the man who owns Scott."