Sumiko



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Sumiko is a US importer and distributor of high-end audio gear. Their brands include Sonus faber, REL, SME, Wolf Cinema, Pro-ject, and Okki Nokki.

Sumiko was founded in the 1970s, and claims to be "an oasis of artistry in a marketplace of mass-production and planned obsolescence.

For 30 years, under their own brand, Sumiko has sold photo cartridges. Most were produced by Sumiko, other were imported by them. Notable products include the Sumiko Grace, the Sumiko Kisekei, and the Sumiko Talisman, Alchemest, and Virtuoso. Current models include the Sumiko Pearwood Celebration II, Blackbird, and Palo Santos Presentation.

Sumiko_Pearwood_Celebration_II_Catridge_review.jpgRead Ken Kessler's review of the Sumiko Pearwood Celebration II Catridgeon HomeTheaterReview.com.

Similar to Sumiko are companies that include Audio Plus Services, Shure, and Grado.

Email: mail@sumikoaudio.net


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