CA (January 16, 2003) . . . TEAC Corporation, the parent company of
TASCAM and a world leader in the development and manufacturing of
advanced recording technologies, is proud to announce that 2003 marks
their golden anniversary. The Tokyo-based corporation is known
worldwide for manufacturing a variety of innovative analog and
digital recording products for the professional audio, home
entertainment, personal computer, emergency services, industrial,
military and aerospace applications.
"We are extremely proud of
our 50 years of audio and video recording technical achievements and
contributions," says Jimmy Yamaguchi, President of TEAC America, Inc.
"The key to our success is our employees and their ongoing
dedication to creating the best and most reliable recording products available.
Even though we've grown over the years, we've never lost sight of our
focus to provide recording solutions for our customers and their
recording and data acquisition needs."
Widely known as a leader in audio
recording technologies, TEAC introduced the TASCAM brand of products
to audio professionals in the early 1970's. Over the years
TASCAM has developed a number of innovative and award winning
recording products including the world's first all-in-one home
studio, the 144 Portastudio. Other TASCAM innovations include
the 122 cassette recorder adopted as a broadcast standard in the
1980s, the Emmy Award winning DA-88 DTRS multi-track, the Academy
Award Plaque winning MMR digital dubbers and the revolutionary MX-2424
hard disk recorder.