SR-H50 Akai Electric Co., Ltd.; Tokyo

Country: Japan

Manufacturer / Brand: Akai Electric Co., Ltd.; Tokyo

Year: 1980


2 Loudspeakers
Wooden case
Dimensions (WHD)
320 x 610 x 265 mm / 12.6 x 24 x 10.4 inch
Music power handling 70 watts into 8 ohms, 35-20,000 Hz. Sound pressure 87 dB/W/m.
Equipment: woofer 250mm, tweeter 100mm. Crossover crossover frequency 4000 Hz.
Housing in walnut or black, removable front panel.
Net weight (2.2lb = 1kg)
13kg / 28lb 10.1oz (28,634lb)

Akai (Japanese: 赤井, pronounced [a̠ka̠i]) is a Hong Kong manufacturer of consumer electronics. It was founded as Akai Electric Company Ltd in Tokyo, Japan, in 1946.

Following the controversial collapse of the original business in 2000, the Akai brand is now owned by Grande Holdings in Hong Kong which distributes various electronic products such as LED TV, washing machines, clothes dryers, air conditioners and smart phones, through collaborations with other electronics companies bearing relevant expertise.

The “Akai Professional” electronic instrument division was spun off in 1999 and remains under separate ownership from that of the main “Akai” brand.

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