Many phonograph companies, as well as piano, radio and needle manufacturers, advertised their products as having the "sweetest tone", especially Phonola, Pathé and McLagan. One company, The Wingold Company Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba, went one step further and marketed their machine by the name "Sweetest-Tone".

The Wingold Company Fall and Winter 1917-1918 catalogue.

Winnipeg Evening Tribune, November 28, 1919, p. 8.

Nor'-west Farmer, December 5, 1919, p. 101.

Norman Brooks sent photographs of an upright Sweetest-Tone phonograph.

A Sweetest Tone table model in Wilkie, Saskatchewan for sale on Kijiji in 2023.