Aiwa



Aiwa_brand_page_logo.gifFounded in 1951, Aiwa made its mark in cassette decks in 1964 and gradually helped cultivate the large mini-system and personal stereo market of the late 1980s and early 1990s.  Aiwa also had a large presence in the markets for headphones and DAT (Digital Audio Tape).  Sony acquired the company in the early-2000s, but the brand slid downhill and today no longer exists, despite the website still being "active".


Aiwa_brand_page_NSX-SZ700_stereo_system.gifNotable Aiwa products included:

Aiwa TP-707
Aiwa TP-S30
Aiwa NSX minisystems

Compare Aiwa to brands such as Sony and JVC.

Aiwa is now defunct.


Newest

Sep 25
Room Correction Revisited Dennis Burger revisits the topic of room correction, expanding on some of the original explanations from his 2013 primer and providing an updated look at the major room correction systems in use today.
Room Correction Revisited

Sep 25
Audio Research LS28 Stereo Preamplifier Reviewed Ben Shyman auditions the LS28 line-stage preamplifier from Audio Research Corporation's Foundation Series. This $7,500 preamp utilizes four 6H30 tubes in its analog circuit and features balanced and unbalanced connections.
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Sep 23
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Sep 22
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Sep 21
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