|Name:||Aiwa Co. Ltd.; Tokyo (J)|
|Products:||Model types Others|
Aiwa Co. Ltd., 1-2-11 Ikenohata Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-8710.br>
Firsts products are microphones, later cassette recorders, digital tape recorders, receivers for car and home use.
Public subsidiary of Sony Corporation.
Aiwa Co., Ltd. was founded as Aiko Denki Sangyo Co., Ltd. in 1951 to manufacture electronic and communications equipment. The company changed its name to Aiwa Co., Ltd. in 1959 and is known throughout the world for high-quality, reasonably priced audio/visual products. Sony Corporation invested in the company and became its major shareholder in 1969. Audio equipment including headphone stereos, radios, cassette-tape recorders and players, CD players, mini-disc players, receivers, amplifiers, speakers and accessories accounted for 83% of fiscal 2000 revenues; visual equipment including video tape recorders, television sets, laser disc players and related accessories, 15% and data communications equipment including personal computers, modems, data recorders, mobile phones and other, 2%.
This manufacturer was suggested by Heinz Westerweller.
|J||86||Auto-Return Turntable LX-30||Riemenantrieb, 33 1/3 und 45 U/min.|
|J||95–97||Cassette Recorder TP-C455||Play Back Speed, integrated microphone. Made in China|
|J||88||Stereo Radio Cassette Recorder HS-J101||Aiwa HS-J101, portable Radio-Cassette Stereo in "Walkman" style; 3 FM preset stations, au...|
|J||86||Stereo Double Cassette Deck AD-WX220|
|J||94||CR-DS15||Digital synthesized tuning. FM stereo with earphone; 10 station preset, 5 FM and 5 AM. ...|
|J||85||CR-15||Made in Korea.|
|J||70||AR666||2SA202||Aiwa AR-666 in various colors known|
|J||72–76||AD-1800||Synchron-Motor 24 V~, automatische Endabschaltung, mit der typischen Flacker-Betriebsanzei...|
|J||68||TPR101V [LMKU]||(Suffix V unproven); FM: 88 - 108 MHz, SW: 6 - 16 MHz, MW: 525 - 1.650 kHz, ...|
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