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2010-09-30 - INNOVATIVE FEATURES AND AUDIOPHILE PERFORMANCE KEYS TO REFERENCE SERIES 2010 FROM TEAC

Montebello, CA.— September 30, 2010 — Combining legendary audiophile-quality performance with innovative digital audio capabilities and access, TEAC recently introduced their newest line of high-end audio components and systems, REFERENCE SERIES 2010. Eschewing standard audio component format, REFERENCE SERIES 2010 combines uber-styling, audiophile-quality performance and unparalleled design, features and capabilities. The line includes receivers, tuners, CD-audio player, speakers systems, and DVD micro system.

Beyond predictable iPod-interface, MP3 and 1080-HDMI capabilities, additional features such as AM/FM Internet radio; unique iPod Digital Direct; wireless LAN & wired LAN (Ethernet connections); and compressed/uncompressed PC audio streaming highlight the offerings as well. Benefitting from it’s audiophile heritage, design features include 24 bit-192 kHz Burr-Brown DACs; Toroidal core power transformers; and oxygen-free copper coil power amp audio filters.

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“REFERENCE SERIES 2010 represents a significant commitment by TEAC to bring high-end componentry to the home-audio enthusiasts…no matter their musical preferences or applications,” stated Koichiro Nakamura, President, TEAC America, Inc. “REFERENCE SERIES 2010 uniquely provides them the audiophile performance they demand, coupled with today’s popular PC/internet driven musical sources and applications.”

Already critically acclaimed by numerous online and print media, REFERENCE SERIES 2010 is positioned to meet the audio/video/PC entertainment requirements of a broad spectrum of end users…and their budgets.

About TEAC America, Inc.
TEAC America, Inc., the largest subsidiary of the Japanese electronics manufacturer TEAC Corporation, distributes high grade audio video electronics, consumer electronics, computer data recording and storage devices, computer peripherals, disc publishing systems, and professional recording equipment.
Products are marketed by TEAC America under the brand names, TEAC, TASCAM., and ESOTERIC. TEAC America, Inc. was established in 1967. To learn more about TEAC, TASCAM and ESOTERIC products, please visit: www.teac.com 


Press Contact:

Laura Rodarte
TEAC America, Inc.
Consumer Electronics Division
7733 Telegraph Road
Montebello, CA. 90640
323-726-0303, ext. 747
e-mail: consumerorders@teac.com