Illustration of Technics1
The first Technics brand, the Technics 1 was a hermetic 2-way speaker system. Compact, it produced bases comparable to those of standard floor enclosures.
Illustration of Technics 10A
The 10A was the first stereo preamplifier of the Technics series. Composed of a two-stage NC circuit amplification section, the amplifier reduced distortion and provided a large dynamic range.
Illustration of Technics 20A
The Technics 20A was the first power amplifier of the Technics brand. This high power amplifier used twenty pentodes 50HB26 and OTL circuits, which was exceptional for the time.
Technics 30A illustration
More advanced than the 10A model, the Technics 30A achieved unprecedented low distortion and improved signal-to-noise ratio using a unique PES method. The design of its RIAA circuits was both new and innovative.
Illustration of Technics 50A
The Technics 50A was a solid-state integrated amplifier from Technics tube amplifier development technology. Its new OCL method will later be widely adopted for solid-state amplifiers of many companies.
Illustration of SP-10
The SP-10 was the first direct-drive stage in the world and opened a new era in the audio world. It eliminated vibrations and rotational irregularities caused by the previous belt drive system. Although conceived as a great forgetful product, she has equipped radio stations. It has also strongly influenced other audio equipment.
The SL-1200 was the first in a series of direct-drive stages renowned for its rotational stability. The series has continued to be produced for almost 40 years and has become a staple of DJ culture.
The SU-10000 marked the pinnacle of preamplifiers. With the development of three-stage amplification in the equalizer section, the SU-10000 was one of the monuments of high-end amplifier elements in Japan.
The SE-10000 was the first power amplifier in the world to use a high-capacity constant-voltage power supply. Its meters made it possible to directly and precisely record the peak values and became a standard.
The first 3-way library system in Japan to use a dome unit, it was popular for its excellent price / performance ratio.
Illustration of Technics 7 (SB-7000)
Technics 7 (SB-7000)
This loudspeaker system has demonstrated the validity of Technics' unique linear phase theory. He subsequently influenced many speakers around the world.
Illustration of SE-A1
The SE-A1 was an extraordinary power amplifier. Each channel had four power supplies, a total of eight power supplies in a separate left and right structure. The capacitors of the feedback circuits had even disappeared from this fully Class A + DC amplifier. The output was 350 + 350 W.
The SU-A2 was a class A preamplifier at all levels. The circuits were entirely at CC. With a 95 dB (2.5 mV) signal-to-noise ratio for the phono input and equipped with a UFE *, this high-quality multifunctional sound amplifier allowed for all possible settings.
* UFE: Universal Frequency EQ.
The SB-10000 was the pinnacle of the linear phase bass-reflex 3-way speaker system using horn type units for medium and high frequency ranges. During the development of this system, many advanced technologies were introduced for the first time in Japan and around the world.
Illustration of SL-10
The SL-10 was a fully automatic turntable with Technics platinum technology the size of a pocket of 33 turns (31.5 cm). This platinum design very appreciated was acquired by the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Illustration of SL-P10
The SL-P10 was Technics' first CD player. The dedicated circuits were almost entirely composed of integrated circuits and LSI of new design. A DD engine provided direct training.
The SB-RX50 was a loudspeaker system with units in a completely new flat coaxial structure. It allowed for excellent image-sound localization and flat frequency response using separate displays and other forms of vibration analysis.
The SB-AFP1000 was an exceptional flat-panel loudspeaker that used dual cabinets that operated according to a unique acoustic theory. This chamber which allowed a sound reproduction of great fidelity was used by the Vienna State Opera.
Illustration of SST-1
The SST-1 was a double-loading horn-type speaker system with reproducing capability with higher efficiency and less distortion. This system is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Illustration of SL-Z1000
The SL-Z1000 was Technics' first standalone CD player. To reproduce the sound very accurately, he used a fully vibration-free structure.
The SH-X1000 was a 1-bit NA MASH conversion digital processor in a three-chip configuration. The processor reproduced the minute signals superimposed on signals of lower or higher level without distortion.
Illustration of SB-M10000
The SB-M10000 was a ground-based speaker system based on the Keltonet method and a unique silence technology. It offered a very faithful sound field with a deep bass reproduction while reducing the vibrations of the speaker.
Illustration of SE-A7000
The SE-A7000 was a new design MOS Class A power amplifier, using MOS FET inputs for the amplification elements of the voltage-controlled amplifier and able to faithfully regulate the signal with excellent response in the high frequencies.
The SU-C7000 was a preamplifier that used a battery-powered power supply. The elimination of the magnetic flux leakage by the total separation of the AC power supply and the signaling circuits had made it possible to improve the quality of the sound and to completely purify its physical characteristics.