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13 June 2016

DIATONE 1946-2016

diatone loudspeakers

DIATONE was a Japanese electronics manufacturer which specialized in loudspeaker driver manufacture and home and studio loudspeaker system. The brand name DIATONE was registered in september 1946 as a division of MITSUBISHI. They began manufacturing monitor speakers for NHK (Japan Broadcast Corporation) and was closed down in 1999. DIATONE was mainly sold in Japan and it was considered a loudspeaker specialist however several MITSUBISHI audio components were sold in Japan under the DIATONE brand name. In the last few years the DIATONE brand name was revived to manufacture Digital Car Audio systems exclusively for Japan.

NHK 1964 and DIATONE 1996
The first AS-3001 at NHK 1964 and DIATONE 1996 .jpg

DIATONE DS-1000Z and DIATONE DS-V3000 1996

DIATONE X-11 1981 and DIATONE DS-37B 1980

DIATONE DS-251mkII and DIATONE DS-303 1974
DIATONE DS-251mkII and DIATONE DS-303 1974

DIATONE-TEAC 1975 / DIATONE DA-U600/ DIATONE 1972 DT4700
DIATONE-TEAC 1975 / DIATONE DA-U600/ DIATONE 1972 DT4700

DIATONE DS-301
DIATONE DS-301

DIATONE DS-73D and DIATONE DS-5000 1982.
DIATONE DS-73D and DIATONE DS-5000 1982.

DIATONE D-160 1985 and DIATONE D-80M 1988.
DIATONE D-160 1985 and DIATONE D-80M 1988.
That's 160 and 80 cm diameter.

DIATONE VS-100F 1986 cinema
DIATONE VS-100F 1986 cinema

DIATONE DS-77HRX 1988
DIATONE DS-77HRX 1988

DIATONE DS-V5000 1989 and DS-66Z 1990
DIATONE DS-V5000 1989 and DS-66Z 1990

DIATONE car audio 2016
DIATONE car audio 2016

21 February 2013

Dedicated room.





This is where The Stereo Museum lives. The 1001 Hi Fi  is a fabulous privately owned collection of over 500 Hi Fi units, consisting of CD players, cassette tape recorders, reel to reel recorders, tuners, turntables, amplifiers, systems etc. In 2012 the museum interior was updated. See the picture below.
For detailed descriptions of units displayed in the museum please visit www.1001hifi.com

1001 Hi Fi - The Stereo Museum