TEAC was founded in Japan in 1953 under the name Tokyo Television Acoustic Company. In 1956, an engineer named Katsuma Tani and his brother had the idea to develop an improved reel-to-reel tape recorder based on their experiences with similar products. As a result, the company was restructured and became known as Tokyo Electro-Acoustic Company, or TEAC, as it is known today. Their products, which include tape recorders, turntables, and floppy drives, are well-known among many audio enthusiasts and have survived alongside the digital age. TEAC is synonymous with quality and thoroughness at reasonable prices.
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Manuals and user guides for Teac products
When purchasing a Teac product, a user guide or instruction is usually provided in the following languages: English. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee that a printed manual / user guide is included in the product box, but most often it can be found on the manufacturer´s website.
- If you cannot find the desired manual yourself, just contact us and we will do what we can to help.