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TEAC Corporation

TEAC (logo).svg

Native name

ティアック株式会社
TypePublicKK

Traded as

TYO: 6803
IndustryElectronics
Founded29 August 1953; 68 years ago (1953-08-29) in Tokyo, Japan
Headquarters

Ochiai, Tama-shi, Tokyo, 206-8530

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Japan

Key people

Yuji Hanabusa (President)
Products
  • Peripheral equipment
  • Consumer and professional audio equipment
  • Information equipment
RevenueJPY 20.3 billion (FY 2014) (US$ 185 million) (FY 2014)

Net income

JPY -1.8 billion (FY 2014) (US$ -16.6 million) (FY 2014)

Number of employees

1,046 (consolidated, as of 30 September 2015)
WebsiteOfficial website
Footnotes / references
[1][2]

TEAC Corporation (ティアック株式会社, Tiakku Kabushiki-gaisha) () is a Japanese electronics manufacturer. TEAC was created by the merger of the Tokyo Television Acoustic Company, founded in 1953, and the Tokyo Electro-Acoustic Company, founded in 1956.[3]

Overview[edit]

TEAC A-2300S reel-to-reel stereo recorder

TEAC has four divisions:[citation needed]

  • TASCAM - consumer to professional audio products, mostly recording
  • ESOTERIC - High-end consumer audio products
  • TEAC Consumer Electronics - Mass market audio products
  • Data Storage and Disk Publishing Products - Floppy drives, DVD and CD recorders and drives, MP3 players & NAS storage

TEAC is known for its audio equipment, and was a primary manufacturer of high-end audio equipment in the 1970s and 1980s. During that time, TEAC produced reel-to-reels, cassette decks, CD players, turntables and amplifiers.

TEAC produced an audio cassette with tape hubs that resembled reel-to-reel tape reels in appearance. Many manufacturers at the time used these TEAC cassettes in advertisements of their tape decks because the TEAC cassettes looked more professional than standard audio cassettes, and because reel-to-reel tape recordings were known to be of higher quality than cassette recordings.[citation needed]

History[edit]

The company that eventually became the TEAC corporation was founded in August 1953. Originally named the Tokyo Television Acoustic Company,[3] it employed Katsuma Tani, a former aviation and aeronautics engineer,[4] who established a reputation as a highly qualified creator of audio equipment.

In 1956, his brother, Tomoma Tani, brought home a hand-made, 3-motor, 3-head stereo tape recorder. This sparked Katsuma's interest in reel-to-reel tape recorders. Confident they could engineer a better tape recorder, the Tani brothers founded the Tokyo Electro-Acoustic Company on 24 December 1956.[5]

The Tokyo Television Acoustic Company and the Tokyo Electro-Acoustic Company were merged to create the TEAC corporation, taking the initials of the latter company as its name. The main focus of the new company was to design and manufacture tape recorders.[3]

In 2013, Gibson bought a majority stake in the company,[6] giving it 54.42% of the company.[7] After Gibson's bankruptcy in 2018, TEAC announced that they would continue to operate on their own.[8]

Computer tape memory systems[edit]

In May 1961 TEAC entered into a licensing agreement with IBM to create magnetic tape memory systems.

References[edit]

  1. ^"Corporate Profile". TEAC Corporation. Retrieved March 11, 2016.
  2. ^"Company Profile". Nikkei Asian Review. Nikkei Inc. Retrieved March 11, 2016.
  3. ^ abc"TEAC Milestones". TEAC Audio Europe. TEAC Corporation. Retrieved March 11, 2016.
  4. ^"TEAC Corporation - Company Profile, Information, Business Description, History". ReferenceforBusiness.com. Advameg, Inc. Retrieved March 11, 2016.
  5. ^Alberts, Randy (2003). TASCAM: 30 Years of Recording Evolution. Hal Leonard Corporation. p. 15. ISBN .
  6. ^"Gibson Guitar to buy TEAC, add "Cool Japan" engineering technology". Reuters. Thomson Reuters. March 29, 2013. Retrieved March 11, 2016.
  7. ^"Company Profile". 4-traders.com. Surperformance SAS. Retrieved March 11, 2016.
  8. ^Teac Sees No Impact from Gibson Brands Filling for Bankruptcy [sic] on CDR Info, May 2, 2018

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TEAC_Corporation

-TEAC AG790 STEREO RECEIVER


With 2 x 100 watts amplification, the Teac AG-790 stereo receiver delivers a rich and punchy sound that will do justice to all your tracks. It's versatile too, with 2 stereo inputs, a tape loop and a turntable input, the Teac AG790 will become the central hub of your system. It will even drive a second pair of speakers - ideal for a multi-room setup.

The AG790 brings with it a good selection of entertainment, thanks to its FM/AM receiver with RDS for FM and 30 pre-sets. With remote control operation and a stylish black, brushed aluminium fascia to complete the package, the TEAC AG-790 is great value and a great performer.

  • 100W + 100W Output Power (8 ohms)
  • 5 Audio Inputs: Phono, CD, Tuner, Tape, Video/AUX
  • Tone and balance control
  • A/B speaker selection
  • AM/FM RDS Tuner
  • 30 Station Memory
  • FL Display
  • Audio: In x 4, Out x 1
  • Auxiliary AC Outlets (VDE x 2)
  • 6.3mm Gold-plated Headphone Jack
  • Remote Control
  • Sours: https://www.hifix.co.uk/teac-ag790-stereo-receiver
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    TEAC AG-790 AM/FM Stereo Receiver

    Pros: I bought this for a friend who needs a receiver to install in a condo complex so the general population can occasionally enjoy soft music. So, for this application, an elaborate surround sound unit is not required, and a simple stereo receiver is sufficient. I checked the unit out of the box, and it appears that there are no functional issues. Everything sounds great. One thing that was not detailed in the instructions, is that if you hook speakers to output "A" but not to "B", you cannot select both sets of speakers or there will be no sound from "A". Apparently, the unit senses whether speakers are connected to both outputs. This could be to prevent amplifier damage due to an open impedance situation. Overall, this unit seems like a very good value for the $80 sale price.

    Cons: As with most receivers manufactured during the past couple decades, everything is black in color. There is no visual "pizzazz" like the units built during the 70s and 80s which featured wood, chrome, and brushed aluminum panels. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but my personal preference would be to have a little vintage variety in the appearance - which would also result in a control panel that's easier to read.

    Overall Review: I was pleased, and almost amazed, at the speed with which I received this unit after I ordered it. Also the packaging design precludes any shipping damage.

    Sours: https://www.newegg.com/teac-ag-790-stereo-receiver/p/N82E16886940003
    TEAC AG H300mkIII Receiver Reference

    Discontinued Products

    Check here TEAC Corporation's no longer producing products.

    Here appears the list of no longer producing products.
    Please contact us if you have any questions regardless the pieces of information provided here.

    A-H01

    Stereo Integrated Amplifier with USB Audio Streaming

    A-R630MKII

    Stereo Integrated Amplifier

    A-R650MKII

    Integrated Stereo Amplifier

    AD-800

    CD Player and Auto Reverse Cassette Deck with USB

    AD-RW900-B

    CD/Cassette Player/Recorder with USB connection

    AG-790

    AM/FM Stereo Receiver

    AG-H300mkIII

    AG-H300mkIII

    AG-H380

    AM/FM Stereo Tuner, iPod Digital Direct Connection, Phonostage and USB Play/Record, Integrated Amp.

    AG-H600NT

    AM/FM/Internet "WiFi" Stereo Receiver, WLAN and Ethernet for Streaming Audio, Phonostage and iPod

    AI-1000

    Integrated Amplifier

    AI-101DA

    Integrated Amplifier with USB DAC

    AI-2000

    Integrated Amplifier

    AI-3000

    Integrated Amplifier

    AI-301DA

    Integrated Amplifier with USB Streaming

    AI-501DA

    Integrated Amplifier with USB Streaming

    AI-503

    USB DAC/Integrated Amplifier

    AX-501

    Integrated Amplifier with Balanced Analog Inputs

    CD-P1260

    CD Player with Remote

    CD-P650

    CD Player with USB and iPod Digital Interface

    CD-P800NT

    CD/NETWORK PLAYER

    CR-H101DAB

    CD Receiver with DAB

    CR-H260i

    CD/SD Receiver with Bluetooth;

    CR-H500NT

    Network CD Receiver

    CR-H700

    Network/CD Receiver

    CT-H2000

    TEAC Pro-Grade Headphones

    DR-H338i

    DVD/CD Receiver with USB/iPod Interface, Dolby Digital 5.1 Virtual Surround Sound, HDMI 1080p Output

    DS-H01

    Digital Docking Station for iPhone/iPad/iPod

    GF-350

    turntable/cd-recorder/radio

    GF-450K7

    turntable/cassette/cd-recorder/radio

    GF-550USB

    Turntable Cassette CD Recorder & Radio

    H01.3 Digital Streaming Micro System

    Digital Streaming Micro System

    HA-501

    Full-Analog Dual Monaural Headphone Amplifier

    HA-P5

    Portable Headphone Amplifier

    HA-P50

    Portable Headphone Amplifier with USB DAC

    HA-P50SE

    Portable Headphone Amplifier with USB DAC

    HA-P90SD

    Portable Headphone Amplifier/Digital Player

    LP-P1000

    Turntable Stereo System with CD, Radio & Bluetooth;

    LP-R400

    turntable cd recorder & radio

    LS-H265

    2-Way Speaker System

    LS-H70A

    Retro-Modern Look - Modern Sound

    LS-WH01

    2.1ch Speaker System

    MC-DV600

    DVD Micro System with Speaker Set

    MC-DX80i

    slimline micro audio

    NT-503

    USB DAC/Network Player

    PD-301

    CD Player with Built-in FM Tuner and USB Port

    PD-501HR

    DSD/PCM/CD player

    PD-H300mkIII

    PD-H300mkIII

    PD-H600

    High Resolution CD Player, 24bit/192khz Delta Sigma D/A Conversion

    RM-670

    Rack Mount Kit (TR-670/TR-680RS)

    S-300HR

    Coaxial 2-way Speaker System

    S-300NEO

    COAXIAL 2WAY SPEAKER SYSTEM

    SL-D800BT

    CD/Music Streamer

    SL-D920

    Retro All-In-One Home Audio System

    SL-D930

    2.1ch Premium Bluetooth Speaker System with CD/Radio

    SR-100i

    Hi-Fi CD/FM Radio

    SR-80i

    Hi-Fi Table-Top Audio

    SR-L280i

    Hi-Fi Table CD Radio

    SR-LUXi

    Table-Top Audio Lamp

    SR-LX5i

    Hi-Fi Table Radio

    T-R670

    AM/FM Stereo Tuner

    T-R680RS

    AM/FM Stereo Tuner

    TEAC HR Audio Player for iOS/Android

    High-resolution music player App for iOS

    TN-100

    Belt-drive Turntable with USB output

    TN-180BT

    Bluetooth Turntable

    TN-200

    Belt-Drive Turntable with USB Output

    TN-280BT

    Bluetooth Turntable

    TN-570

    USB Turntable with Digital Outputs

    UD-301

    Dual-Monaural D/A Converter with USB Streaming

    UD-501

    Dual-Monaural D/A Converter with USB Streaming

    UD-503

    UD-503 Dual Monaural USB-DAC/ Headphone Amplifier

    UD-H01

    D/A Converter with USB Audio Interface

    W-890R

    Dual Cassette Player/Recorder

    WS-A70

    Network audio system

    Sours: https://teac.jp/int/support/discon

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    TEAC AG H300mkIII Receiver Reference

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