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In the 1970s and
1980s, Japanese audio industry enjoyed extremes of luxury.
KENWOOD, Kensonic, Sansui, YAMAHA, ONKYO, SONY, LUX, Aurex, TRIO,
PIONEER, Victor, Lo-D, Accuphase, ALPINE/LUXMAN, DENON,
Panasonic, NEC, marantz, KYOCERA, Technics, OTTO, ESPRIT, Nakamichi,
EXCLUSIVE, DIATONE, STAX, CORAL, OPTONICA,
MICRO, AUDIOCRAFT, MELCO,
TEAC, CEC, AKAI, ESOTERIC, EXCELIA, A&D, AIWA . . .
the Japanese audio industry began to decline at a rapid pace since
the introduction of all-in-one music center into the Japanese
from housing situation and lifestyle in Japan.
That means, it went
through a transition from "expensive" "big & heavy" and "difficult" to
"cheap" "small & light" and "easy"
lonely and sad . .
Even so, the Japanese music industry is the second largest in
the world behind the USA.
Fine audio sound is not judged by
price, size, weight and annoyance.
We TelaVox will deliver the present
Japanese fine audio only to the world.
And TelaVox decided to
introduce the J-Pops to the world through the chart ten on the
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