Terrie’s Take is a selection of Japan-centric news collected and collated by long-time resident and media business professional Terrie Lloyd. AkihabaraNews is pleased to present Terrie’s learned perspective; we all could use another take on the news - here’s Terrie’s:
Mitsubishi Electric today debuted their first 4K TV - REAL LS1. Its 65-inch (LCD-65LS1) and 58-inch (LCD-58LS1) models will be released for sale on October 30.
Mitsubishi Electric uses a red laser and cyan LED for a 4K LCD panel for the first time in the industry. Their high-grade red, blue and green colors can maximize the performance of 4K images.
Addtron Technology, a Japanese electrical appliances retailer, is going to release Taiwanese company Vivitek's mobile DLP projector - QUMI Q1 - in late August for about 26,000 yen.
This week we're talking about Japan's role in the iPhone 6's alleged and guessed at and in all ways speculated upon manufacturing delays due to display assembly issues, and then we talk about gambling, booze, and internet addiction and how that last one might be really kinda highly subjective and we're not buying all the Ministry of Health is selling!
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Creative Media announced the release of Bluetooth 2.1ch speaker system T3250 Wireless (SP-T3250W) in late August. The price will be 6,980 yen.
The T3250 Wireless (SP-T3250W) consists of small speakers and sub-woofer, and supports A2DP stereo profile, SCMS (serial copy management system) -T, and SBC audio codec.
Yamaha announced that they will release new slim TV surround sound system SRT-1000 in early September.
You use SRT-1000 by placing it directly under the TV (up to 55-inch 40kg model). With Yamaha's original Digital Sound Projector technology, the sound of the TV program turns into a beam that echoes off walls so that the TV sounds becomes more powerful and of better quality.