|Name:||Stax Industries Ltd.; Tokyo (J)|
Stax Industries Ltd., Tokyo
Stax owner and president Naotake Hayashi was later supported by his son Takeshi Hayashi.
In 1969 Stax released a condensor-based phono catridge, which was in 1980 the basis for a patended video pick-up (United States Patent 4205856).
In 1988 an apparatus for shielding an audio signal circuit was patented (United States Patent 4741041).
Stax developed Semi-panoramic earspeakers:
After four years of development the huge Stax SR-Sigma series was released in 1977, followed by the SR-Lambda series in 1979.
During the 1980s Stax developed the Professional Series, originally developed for Daimler Benz, the german car manufacturer.
By the end of 1995 Stax Industries, Ltd. along with its American subsidiary, Stax Kogyo, ceased business operations due to a disagreement between owners of the firm and its employees. However, around 1996 some engineers from the old company formed a new company, Stax Limited in Saitama, Japan (see there)
This manufacturer was suggested by Georg Richter.
|J||80||Electrostatic Ear Speaker New SR-3||Stax Electrostatic Ear Speaker Model NEW SR-3. Made in Japan.|
|J||74||SRA-12s||Integrierter Vorverstärker und Elektrostatischer Kopfhörerverstärker mit +20db schaltba...|
|J||75||Adaptor for Ear Speaker SRD-7/Mk-2||Stax SRD-7/Mk-2 Adaptor for Ear Speaker; 0.1 W power consumption, speakers L/R in, speake...|
|J||75||Adaptor for Ear Speaker SRD-7||Stax SRD-7 Adaptor for Ear Speaker; 0.1 W power consumption, speakers L/R in, speaker scr...|
|J||69||Tonearm UA 3||Tonearm dedicated for the phono-cartdriges CPS40 and CPS40E.|
|J||69||Phono-Cartridge CPS 40||Phono-cartdrige according to the principle of the HF-condenser microphone. The complete se...|
|J||69||Phono-Cartridge CPS 40 E||Phono-cartdrige according to the principle of the HF-condenser microphone. The complete se...|
|J||69||Oscillator-Demodulator POD 10||Oscillator, demodulator and RIAA-equalizer for the pick-ups CPS40 and CPS40E. Output 100mV...|