Amadana DDA134 70s-style home theatre system

Home cinema

A 1970s home stereo off eBay? Actually no – this is a very modern home theatre system from Japanese firm Amadana – the DDA134.

The retro-styled walnut wood and chrome finish certainly catches the eye, but more practical buyers might appreciate the progressive scan DVD player, state-of-the-art amplifier, selection of surround sound technology (including Dolby Virtual Speaker technology) and the option of real surround by using the amp to power centre channel and surround speakers. Oh yes – and it is finshed off with an old-style remote control.

On the downside, this only seems to be available in Japan and it’s also got a fairly high price tag for technology that isn’t actually cutting edge – the equivalent of £775.

Amadana website

Via Retro To Go and Technabob

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