Oct 02, 2014

Products & Solutions / Blog Posts

"Technics" Also Comes Back to Life in Japan

  • 01_technics_Japan_release2014.jpg
    Panasonic announced the rebirth of Technics in Japan

Tokyo, Japan - Panasonic Corporation announced today the rebirth of its audio brand, "Technics," in Japan, which will once again deliver emotionally engaging sound. The first seven products to be introduced to the market in February 2015 make up the Reference System R1 Series and the Premium System C700 Series.

  • [Flash Report] Technics Also Comes Back to Life in Japan – Highlights from the Press Conference

The Reference System R1 Series is a high-end audio system brought to life by combining top of the line audio technologies from Technics. And the Premium System C700 Series is a more accessible audio system, which still inherits the core concept of the Reference System.

  • 02_technics_Japan_release2014.jpg
    Reference Class R1 Series
  • 03_technics_Japan_release2014.jpg
    Premium Class C700 Series

By combining heritage "audio technology" with state-of-the-art "digital technology," Panasonic offers music lovers emotionally engaging sound that will allow them to "Rediscover Music."

  • [Interview] Technics Reborn

Upcoming Event

CEATEC JAPAN 2014: October 7 (Tue) - 11 (Sat), 2014
CEATEC JAPAN 2014 is one of Asia's largest, cutting-edge IT and electronics tradeshows. Technics will be featured in the Panasonic booth located on the Life & Science Stage. For more about CEATEC JAPAN 2014, please visit: http://www.ceatec.com/en/

Listening Room

Panasonic has created a "Technics Salon" where visitors can listen to high-quality music reproduced by the newly reborn Technics brand. The salon opened in the Panasonic Center Osaka on October 1, 2014. 
(The "Technics Listening Room" at Panasonic Center Tokyo is scheduled to open on October 25).
For more about the Technics listening booth in Japan, please visit: http://jp.technics.com/audition/ (Japanese)

Related Links:

The content in this website is accurate at the time of publication but may be subject to change without notice.
Please note therefore that these documents may not always contain the most up-to-date information.
Please note that German, French and Chinese versions are machine translations, so the quality and accuracy may vary.


Featured news