Dokorder - Japan

Company description

1946 – Osaka Denki Onkyo K.K founded (not related to Nippon Denki Onkyo, which became Denon).

1960 – Dokorder name brand introduced with the PT-36B-W R-R, AC or battery operated and a PT-36BX

1971 – 9000 Series introduced with models 9010V, 9020V & the 9060H, a studio-type R-R

1972 – Stereo tape deck Dokorder 7500

1974 – Released 7140

1975 – Introduced 7100, 7060, 8010 and 8100, 4-track 2-channel tape deck. MK50A- stereo cassette tape deck/recorder.

1976 – Model 1140, with an automatic cue function called “Program Memory”

1120, a 4-track and 1122 a 2-track stereo mono tape deck

8020 as a home table top model that used smaller reels. It had the “Dub-a-Tape” that made a copy of a reel and was worth one tenth the price of the 1140.

1977 – Dokorder 7700 Released

1982 – Murata Manufacturing acquired 55% shares of Denki Onkyo.

1999 – The Denki Onkyo Company fully merged into Murata.

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1946 To 1999
1960 To 1977