Luxman's offices

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Luxman's offices

Postby Axel » Tue Feb 01, 2011 4:16 pm

While researching for some places in Japan for upcoming (potential) Pioneer Sights and Luxman Sights, I found this little... glitch.
Go to http://luxman.co.jp/global/company/index.html and scroll down to 1977 to see the last words :

[...] were crystallized. Is this the right word??) in this series.

Some of the pre-production text made it online, closing parenthesis included ;-)
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Re: Luxman's offices

Postby lukas » Mon Feb 07, 2011 7:47 am

Well, a native speaking editor would be of great help in my clumsy writings, too :)
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Re: Luxman's offices

Postby Whitese » Wed Aug 03, 2011 6:25 pm

I tried writing to Luxman regarding some vintage schematics/manuals, etc...they have never replied.
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Re: Luxman's offices

Postby Axel » Wed Aug 03, 2011 6:39 pm

...done this three times, twice before and once after last year's IAG buyout... nobody home.

Luxman is supposed to have kept, at least it was the case before IAG, a database and a specialized tech for repairs of everything since the 60s.
By experience, however, this seems to have been true of an older period (before the previous owner, Mr Yamada) and certainly isn't true today.
The museum is probably gone as well.

I'd love to be proved wrong, though !
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