The Symphony phonograph, which was introduced in 1919, was manufactured and sold by the T. Eaton Company, a major department store occupying an entire city block on Queen Street West in Toronto.

Eaton's Fall-Winter 1919-1920 catalogue, p. 588.

Toronto Daily Star, September 16, 1919, p. 23.

TDS, September 23, 1919, p. 20. Eaton's held concerts in its Promenade of Fashion Auditorium, 4th floor, playing records on the Symphony phonograph.

TDS, December 16, 1919, p. 28.

TDS, August 30, 1920, p. 28.

TDS, September 19, 1928 p. 8. Included among a final clearance sale of used phonographs at the R'S. Williams store on Yonge Street is a Symphony cabinet phonograph in fumed oak.