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The return of Nakamichi: Gives Beats audio and Bose a Run for Their Money

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After a short recess from the online and physical shelves of retail, Nakamichi sound products are making a huge come back to the United States in 2013 and beyond. Nakamichi's refreshed new product line has started its rollout to Sears, Kmart, and Amazon.com. Nakamichi's new product lines of headphones, desktop speakers, and home theater sound bars feature fantastic styling and durable build quality that put their products right in line with the top of the line audio manufacturers Bose and Beats. The best part is that the new line of Nakamichi products are half the price of Beats and Bose with the same top quality audio and build quality.

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Nakamichi's top three newly released products are listed in detail below to show the consumer a good place to start with their introduction or reintroduction to Nakamichi:

1. The All-In-One Home Theater: NK 22 Sound Bar & Subwoofer Typical Price: $329.99
Surround yourself with rich sound and sleek style from the wireless NK 22 Sound Bar. Whether you’re watching movies, TV shows, or listening to your favorite music, the NK 22 delivers high quality sound at a price that’s hard to beat. Features: Dolby Digital, 3RS True Surround HD, Bluetooth aptX, and 2.1 Channels.

2. The Shockwave Bluetooth Speaker. Desktop Size. Home Theater Sound. Typical Price: $62.99
Whether you’re watching a movie on your laptop or streaming music from a cellphone, the Shockwave is designed to deliver an impressive aural experience, with or without wires. It even takes phone calls over Bluetooth, so you’ll never miss a beat. Features: Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, 80 dB SPL output level, Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP), Audio/Video Remote Control (AVRCP).

3. Quality Wireless Bluetooth Headphones Typical Price: $69.99
Enjoy a high-quality wireless listening experience that embraces you with sound and comfort. Whether you’re flipping through your favorite album or taking important phone calls, the easy-to-tap, on-ear buttons let you switch between music and calls with the push of a button. You will be amazed by the sound quality and comfort of these lightweight, go-anywhere headphones. Features: Wireless, Bluetooth, Built-In Mic, Lithium battery,"(Jacobson Communication PR Release)

A brief history of Nakamichi:

Nakamichi was founded in 1948 by Mr. Etsuro Nakamichi, and has since established itself as a trusted creator of high-quality audio products that deliver sound, style, and substance. The Nakamichi product line is driven by an intense scientific curiosity, the love of music, and commitment to uncompromising quality and performance.

Nakamichi was born from a small research institute in Tokyo, Japan that provided R&D for major brands, government entities, universities, and organizations in the private sector. The first Nakamichi product was a reel-to-reel cassette deck, the Nakamichi 1000, which quickly set the standard for top-of-the-line cassette decks. Since then, Nakamichi has contributed to various innovations in technology, such as the compact disc and similar optical memory systems, paving the way for an entire range of high-end consumer electronics.

Today, Nakamichi prides itself on relentless research and development, while delivering some of the world’s best products to people who appreciate sound at its highest quality."(Jacobson Communication PR Release)

Keep in mind that Nakamichi's new products are perfect for any audiophile, music lover, or sound enthusiast that appreciates a quality product, fantastic build quality, and crystal clear sound. The Nakamichi's products are very affordable and deserve a home in your house or apartment.

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