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回覆 (162): Mike Wallace caca at age 93
 
Investigative journalism is out of the question north of the border where I have had difficulty logging on to 1PekingRoad.com lately, with 18th National Congress of the Communist Party just around the corner. Amazon.com and lots of other politics unrelated webs have been intermittently blocked. You get the feeling that Big Brother is constantly looking over your shoulders and a “police state” is imminent.  
Political freedom aside, our countrymen/women are at least a century behind the West when it comes to journalism and public speaking, although the vast majority of them would adamantly deny it when I bring it up.  
 
feikeung
12-04-09
11:44:58
回覆 (161): Mike Wallace caca at age 93
 
NEW YORK | Sun Apr 8, 2012 4:17pm EDT  
 
(Reuters) - Mike Wallace, the grand inquisitor of CBS's "60 Minutes" news show who once declared there was "no such thing as an indiscreet question," has died at the age of 93, the network said on Sunday.  
Wallace died on Saturday evening with his family by his side at Waveny Care Center in New Canaan, Connecticut, where he spent the past few years, CBS said in a statement and on its Sunday morning news broadcast.  
"His extraordinary contribution as a broadcaster is immeasurable and he has been a force within the television industry throughout its existence. His loss will be felt by all of us at CBS," Leslie Moonves, president and CEO of CBS Corporation, said in the statement.  
Wallace left his full-time role at "60 Minutes" in 2006 after 38 years and was given the title correspondent emeritus and a part-time contributor role. His last interview was with Roger Clemens, the star baseball pitcher accused of steroid use, in 2008.  
A special "60 Minutes" program dedicated to Wallace will be aired April 15.  
Just about anyone who made news during the past six decades - in the United States, but often abroad too - had to submit to a grilling by Wallace.  
As a part-time correspondent, his most notable interview was with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, president of Iran. It took place 27 years after his sit-down with that country's Ayatollah Khomeini, and earned Wallace his 21st Emmy.  
In almost 40 years on "60 Minutes," the ground-breaking investigative journalism program, he worked on some 800 reports and developed a relentless on-air style that was often more interrogation than interview.  
Wallace also drew criticism for his go-for-the-throat style and the theatrics that sometimes accompanied it. He also became caught up in a $120 million libel suit that resulted in no judgment against him or CBS but triggered a case of depression that led him to attempt suicide.  
'FORGIVE ME FOR ASKING...'  
Wallace interviewed every U.S. president since John F. Kennedy - with the exception of George W. Bush - and dozens of other world leaders like Yasser Arafat, Ayatollah Khomeini and Deng Xiaoping.  
Other interview subjects included everyone from Malcolm X to Janis Joplin, Martin Luther King Jr., Johnny Carson, Vladimir Horowitz and Playboy founder Hugh Hefner.  
When Wallace prefaced a question with "Forgive me for asking ..." or responded to a dubious answer with "Oh, come on," "60 Minutes" viewers knew he was about to get tough. His sometimes-abrasive manner resulted in the nickname "Mike Malice," and some viewers will always remember him as the man who made diva Barbra Streisand cry on camera.  
In a 2006 retrospective of his "60 Minutes" career, Wallace summed up his interviewing technique as: "Let's ask the questions that might be on the minds of the people looking in ... 'If I were there in that chair where Wallace is, here's what I would want to know.'"  
He was more succinct in a 2005 interview with The Boston Globe when he said: "I determined when I started back in 1956 ... there's no such thing as an indiscreet question."  
Myron Leon Wallace was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, on May 9, 1918. He began calling himself Mike because he thought it was more manly than Myron. After graduating from the University of Michigan in 1939, he worked as a radio newswriter in Chicago and also on radio quiz shows, talk shows, a soap opera and serials like "The Green Hornet." He also acted on television and Broadway before joining CBS's radio department.  
In 1955 Wallace found his calling with a television show called "Nightbeat," which featured Wallace asking pointed questions of writers, gangsters, artists and movie stars in front of a stark black backdrop.  
'NASTY QUESTIONS, ABRASIVE QUESTIONS'  
"We were doing the kind of show that had never been done before," Wallace said. "Nasty questions, abrasive questions, confrontational questions."  
He returned to CBS in the early 1960s and was onboard "60 Minutes" for its September 24, 1968, debut. The show broke new ground in broadcast journalism with its surprise interviews, undercover reporters, hidden cameras and one-way mirrors.  
One report for CBS sent Wallace into a personal tailspin. He worked on a 1982 CBS documentary that claimed the U.S. military conspired to misstate the strength of the enemy during the Vietnam War, which led to a $120 million libel suit from Gen. William Westmoreland.  
The suit was dropped during the trial, CBS apologized and no money changed hands, but Wallace was traumatized by the accusations, which contributed to his depression.  
Wallace's depression grew so severe he tried to kill himself with a drug overdose in 1984. He was saved by his wife, Mary.  
Wallace often spoke about his recovery from depression and said the years after his suicide attempt were some of the most productive of his life.  
Wallace, who was married four times, had a daughter, Pauline, and son, Chris, also a television journalist. Another son, Peter, died in a mountain-climbing accident in 1962.  
 
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/04/08/us-usa-wallace-idUSBRE83708Y20120408
feikeung
12-04-09
11:11:04
回覆 (160): 偉大的祖國
While the release date of the Artist DVD/Blu-ray has not been officially announced, the “unofficial” China version has been on the shelves here in Shenzhen since the beginning of the week. Another China first!!! Quality of the DVD is stellar.  
 
PM me if you want one.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
http://www.amazon.com/Artist-Jean-Dujardin/dp/B0059XTUMC/ref=sr_tr_sr_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1330627912&sr=8-1
feikeung
12-03-02
03:00:23
回覆 (159): Yale scientist suggests "G-spot" isn't real
 
 
 
Such objective measures, the study notes, have included everything from “digital stimulation” to MRI scans over the past decade.  
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Prof. Feikeung,  
 
Have you not cojoined this experiment to find the G-spot and take up the physical test part?  
 
I thought you have sampled over 3,650 women over the last decade and confirmed a G-spot existed in at least 5% of your sample.  
 
 
cpsjj
12-01-21
09:29:17
回覆 (158): Yale scientist suggests "G-spot" isn't real
 
Yale urologist Amichai Kilchevsky published a study in the Jan. 12 issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine suggesting that the fabled “G-spot,” the erogenous zone inside the vagina purported to provide intense pleasure during intercourse, does not exist.  
 
To find evidence of the G-spot, Kilchevsky ran a search of published work between 1950 and 2011 using keywords like G-spot, Gräfenberg spot, female orgasm, female erogenous zone and others that are less safe for work.  
 
“Objective measures have failed to provide strong and consistent evidence for the existence of an anatomical site that could be related to the famed G-spot,” Kilchevsky wrote.  
 
Such objective measures, the study notes, have included everything from “digital stimulation” to MRI scans over the past decade. Kilchevsky notes that “modern investigative techniques” may provide more evidence in the future. The study claims the majority of women believe in the G-spot, which Kilchevsky said is thanks to a myth perpetuated by the porn industry and the public media.  
 
“My view is that the G-spot is really just the extension of the clitoris on the inside of the vagina, analogous to the base of the male penis," Kilchevsky said in the report.  
 
http://www.yaledailynews.com/news/2012/jan/19/yale-study-denies-existence-g-spot/
feikeung
12-01-21
07:12:00
回覆 (157): New Year Wishes
 
A Chinaman went hiking, saw a cave and went in. Inside the cave he picked up a lamp.  
 
He laughed and said, "No die lor!" and began rubbing the lamp.  
 
And 'poot!' Out came a genie from the lamp. The genie then granted the Chinaman 3 wishes.  
 
Without thinking carefully, the Chinaman said ' all the fxxking things in the world!' So the genie stuck all sorts of (donkey's, horse's, etc) penises all over the Chinaman's body.  
 
Shocked and disgusted, the Chinaman then said, "No fxxking things in the world!"  
 
So the genie quickly granted the Chinaman 2nd wish. And with a 'poot!' all the penises disappeared from the Chinaman's body, including his own.  
 
Even more shocked this time, the Chinaman said, "I want my own fxxking thing back."  
 
And with a final 'poot!', the Chinaman got exactly what he wished for: the penis he had when he was a baby.  
 
SO MUCH FOR WISHES!!!  
feikeung
11-12-31
07:47:39
回覆 (156): Grand Illusion
> When can you spare yourself, this Saturday?  
 
Can't do it today. Have got to back up all my files for 2011/2010/2009.  
Had my ears picked yesterday for the occasion. Will have my ears picked again next week if the offer is still on the table.  
 
feikeung
11-12-31
05:28:09
回覆 (155): Grand Illusion
 
Will go to a massage parlor to have my ears picked before coming over.  
 
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For more thorough preparation your ears needed to be sucked, either by the massage girl or the vacuum pump of an ENT surgeon.  
 
kh33
11-12-30
12:10:40
回覆 (158): Grand Illusion - analogue, CD player & #3 fairway wood
 
 
put that $3,000 into a budget for a real kick-ass CD player instead  
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You might as well take a zero off and get that ubiquitous Sony Revox!  
 
 
limage
11-12-30
12:03:41
回覆 (157): Grand Illusion - analogue, CD player & #3 fairway wood
 
 
 
 
It just doesn’t have the kind of super definition like the CD does....  
 
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Dear Limage (aka Point-source Li), may be that is the point!   
 
The other day, I had a similar experience in golf demoing what apparently is one of the finest fairway woods made (a $3,000 #3 Royal Collection TRC). My agent felt almost certain that after a couple try-out games,  I'll be back and cough up the cash! But what he didn't know is that I also brought along an old piece-of-shit #3 wood (a Macgregor Magtec NVG worth less than $300 used) to make the comparison. In short, the Royal Collection never even made passed the 3rd hole on first day, the Macgregor NVG smoked it in every aspect - distance, flight, accuracy and most impotent of all "user friendliness" - a make-or-break factor in the back 9 when you're tired, and absolutely have to pull a 220+ yards from the fairway in order to make par.  
 
The point is I left happy that day knowing that I can put that $3,000 into a budget for a real kick-ass CD player instead:-)  
 
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kris
11-12-30
11:01:56
回覆 (156): Grand Illusion
 
 
I had a 3 hour session with the analogue this evening. The bass quality leaves a little more to be desired. It just doesn’t have the kind of super definition like the CD does nor is it even on par with what I had back in Sai Kung.  
 
Further tuning is in order, probably with tweaks on the turntable stand and possibly finding a better null position to stay away from the mushroom cloud of bass that my new room produces.  
 
 
limage
11-12-29
23:35:08
回覆 (155): Grand Illusion
I would also love to go to the massage parlor to have my ears picked and privates lxxked .....but I have to take a rain cheque for this Saturday ....  
 
I would like to bring one of my turntables to the new Limage Den when everything is ready .....8^)
daiwok
11-12-29
23:06:14
回覆 (154): Grand Illusion
> My system is now ready for your academic scrutiny. When can you spare yourself, this Saturday?  
Will go to a massage parlor to have my ears picked before coming over.  
 
feikeung
11-12-29
22:34:58
回覆 (154): Grand Illusion
> My system is now ready for your academic scrutiny. When can you spare yourself, this Saturday?  
Will go to a massage parlor to have my ears picked before coming over.  
 
feikeung
11-12-29
22:34:57
回覆 (153): Grand Illusion
I shoot from the hip ! @@ !!  
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That's interesting! Most people shoot from below their abdomen.  
 
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shoot from the hip = over shoot! Oh shoot!
icefox
11-12-29
16:01:45
回覆 (152): Grand Illusion
 
 
I shoot from the hip ! @@ !!  
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That's interesting! Most people shoot from below their abdomen.  
 
limage
11-12-29
15:28:20
回覆 (151): Grand Illusion
 
 
Dr. Feikeung,  
 
My system is now ready for your academic scrutiny. When can you spare yourself, this Saturday?  
 
While ministers never clean their ears, I have mine cleaned on daily basis.  
 
 
limage
11-12-29
14:30:34
回覆 (150): Grand Illusion
I shoot from the hip ! @@ !!
daiwok
11-12-29
13:01:41
回覆 (149): Grand Illusion
The same can be said for audiophiles. There are folks out there who think they have to have this and that to make their systems, which sound like shit, the greatest of the great.  
This audio thing is actually not about the absolute sound. Don’t we all want to impose our ideas on others? Don’t we want to do things ours way? When friends point out otherwise we are quick to pull our guns and show them where the highway is.  
Sounds too familiar???  
 
feikeung
11-12-29
12:18:42
回覆 (148): Grand Illusion
 
 
It's amazing to find so many people, world leaders or philistines alike, living in an era dated back at least half a century ago. The world is moving but these people are not.  
 
The irony is, half of the world is still being ruled by these block heads of the past.  
 
 
limage
11-12-29
11:03:06
回覆 (147): Grand Illusion
 
Kim Jong Il, dictator of North Korea, died on December 17th, aged 69 or 70  
Dec 31st 2011 | from the print edition  
 
IT WAS all bogus, he said once. The gaggle of pretty young women jumping up and down at a state reception, screaming out praises of Kim Jong Il, didn’t really mean it. It was a lie, too, he said, to show North Korean children on television with plump, rosy cheeks singing hymns to the Motherland. It would have been more truthful to show them in rags and starving. But he preferred to maintain the illusion.  
 
Had he not been born the son of Kim Il Sung—still North Korea’s Great Leader and eternal president—and therefore Son of God, Mr Kim might have been a filmmaker. He wrote a book “On the Art of Cinema” and owned perhaps 20,000 films, of which his favourites were “Friday the 13th” and “Godzilla”. Because North Korean films seemed perfunctory to him, he kidnapped a South Korean director, Shin Sang-ok, to shoot a “Godzilla” of his own devising. There was really no need. He had inherited his own set, North Korea, on which to shoot his own disaster movie: small fat man, with nuclear capability and supreme indifference to the fate of his own people, runs rings round world.  
 
To many, the plot seemed absurd. The hero was improbable, with Babygro zipped-up suits stretched over his pot belly, oversized sunglasses, platform shoes and bouffant hair, all adding precious height and heft to his five feet two inches. For years, too, he was invisible: not seen by the world until the 1970s, improbably taking English lessons from Dom Mintoff in Malta, and never heard in North Korea until he came briefly to the microphone, at a parade in 1992, to cry “Glory to the heroic soldiers!” Yet since the 1960s he had been a feared force in his father’s Propaganda and Agitation Department: eliminating internal rivals, possibly plotting foreign assassinations (the Korean Air bombing of 1987, in which 115 died, and the Rangoon bombing of 1983, killing three South Korean ministers, were both attributed to him), building up the cult of his father in statues and birthday celebrations and, incidentally, stoking high the cult of himself.  
 
That fairytale film began with his birth, in 1942 in a log cabin frosted with February snow at a revolutionary training camp on holy Mount Paektu: his coming foretold by a swallow, accompanied by a double rainbow and a new star in the heavens. (His actual birth, in Russia’s Far East a year earlier, was dull and forgotten.) He learned to walk in three weeks, to talk in eight; he wrote six operas and 1,500 books while a student at Kim Il Sung University, and scored five holes-in-one in his first game of golf. Apart from being “the greatest writer who ever lived” and “greatest musical genius”, he was, by diktat, the Glorious General from Heaven, the Guiding Star of the 21st Century, and more than 200 other things. His bad temper could shake buildings; his cheerier moods could melt ice; and on a visit to South Korea fog shrouded him to keep him safe from snipers.  
 
The ideas that guided North Korea—from juche, or self-reliance, to songun, or “military first”, were also his own great creation, as much as his father’s. Both were disastrous in a country which, after 1991, had lost its Soviet subsidies and was on the brink of economic collapse. The subsequent famine of the mid-1990s killed perhaps 1m people, or 5% of the population: most from sheer starvation, others from the effects of eating grass. Meanwhile the Dear Leader dined on shark’s-fin soup, gulped sashimi cut from living fish, sent his chefs to Naples to learn the art of thin-crust pizza, and chose wines from a cellar of 10,000 bottles—as well as deciding, in his “warm benevolence”, that the answer to hunger was to breed giant rabbits.  
 
No one advised him. Where his father had accepted counsel, young Mr Kim saw it as a sign of disloyalty. The groups of extravagantly capped commanders who attended him were there to smile fawningly in the background as he made his minute, tireless inspections of cucumbers, cheese, pipe-valves or barley fields. And they were also there to prove that the army was important to the man who had been made head of it, in 1991, without a shred of military experience—unless you counted the cinematic days when, as a child, he trained alongside his father’s fighters with a wooden rifle, and dreamed of killing Japanese with it. That was his best toy until, in 2006, he tested a nuclear device, using it to scare the Americans witless and to pressure the world into sending in food.  
 
Even as it did so, outsiders mocked him. Inside the country, no one dared. Mr Kim knew exactly how the population lined up: loyal core, 5-25%; wavering, 50-75%; hostile, 8-27%. But those who dissented—even in a whisper, even by hanging his portrait askew—ended in prison camps, subject to forced labour and starvation. Perhaps one in 20 North Koreans passed through Mr Kim’s gulags. Possibly 200,000 remain there. The rest were either brainwashed or, as he said, pretended to be.  
His death, too, might well have been scripted by himself: on one of his beloved trains (he feared flying), as he visited his people to offer “on-the-spot guidance”, while a snowstorm paused, and the holy mountain of his birth glowed red with the rising Sun. “Forgive me,” he once said to Shin, as he half-heartedly apologised for kidnapping and imprisoning him. “I was playing a role.” To the bitter end.  
 
http://www.economist.com/node/21542161
feikeung
11-12-29
01:35:54
回覆 (146): 懷舊香港地:愛群無線電有限公司
 
 
鬼佬陳 tested me by playing a piece of music and asked me to identify it..  
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A test of profound meaning. When the smoke clears, hi-fi gear is only a delivery device and the drug is inside the music. The one thing that separates the men and the boys in this hobby. Great seeing you Tony! 
kris
11-12-15
08:58:50
回覆 (145): 懷舊香港地:愛群無線電有限公司
 
Got the job but didn't work there. Nearly got into the hi fi trade.  
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Wise not to. Turnung hobby into career usually meant burnt out for that hobby.  
 
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One famous saying by 鬼佬陳 " Quads don't sell, they only provide"  
 
kh33
11-12-14
12:32:28
回覆 (144): 懷舊香港地:愛群無線電有限公司
I did apply for a summer job there, of course when I was still young. 鬼佬陳 tested me by playing a piece of music and asked me to identify it. It was easy : Haydn's trumpet concerto.  
 
Got the job but didn't work there. Nearly got into the hi fi trade.
tonytsui
11-12-13
18:49:27
回覆 (143): 懷舊香港地:愛群無線電有限公司
Needless to thank me, icefox ching!  
 
I am too young and unavailable to visit Radio People when they were at their peak in 1950s - 1970s.  
 
Francis Chan did inspire lots of salesman, one of them is Francis Chan who worked for JADIS previously, he said that Francis influenced him most and taught him a lot about classical music.  
 
Radio People also sponsored to record the live concert of VPO at Lee Garden , CWB, under the baton of Herbert von Karajan in 1959.
george1977
11-12-13
18:19:14
回覆 (142): 懷舊香港地:愛群無線電有限公司
Thx george1977 for the blog clip, I read that a while ago. It looks like there is some update since my last read, some addition of the U-tube, the clippings on Radio People ads.  
 
There are some cool and memorable ads that I really want to share with you folks.  
 
1974, asking for $1,380 ....... a single unit of ESL 57, now I have many pairs ^__^ around me.  
 
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Master Limage's old love ....... Spendor BC1 - 準確,自然!!  
 
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Other cool stuff, I would love to try if I can get my hands on.  
 
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icefox
11-12-13
16:59:00
回覆 (141): 懷舊香港地:愛群無線電有限公司
 
 
懷舊香港地:愛群無線電有限公司  
轉貼文章 ~ 作者:梁煥松  
http://chrisleung1954.blogspot.com/2011/09/blog-post.html
george1977
11-12-13
12:42:20
回覆 (140): 漫步者收购日本老牌静电耳机企业STAX
 
 
一千萬, 抵到爛!!!  
 
買埋債,唔多盞!  
 
cpsjj
11-12-09
19:46:58
回覆 (139): 漫步者收购日本老牌静电耳机企业STAX
一千萬, 抵到爛!!!  
 
feikeung
11-12-09
17:29:22
回覆 (138): 漫步者收购日本老牌静电耳机企业STAX
 
Stax used to be representative of Jap. hi-end audio.  
It reflects the demise of that country in general.  
 
kh33
11-12-09
17:22:13
回覆 (137): 漫步者收购日本老牌静电耳机企业STAX
 
 
一仟萬,淨買技術都抵。  
 
遲下出埋靜電喇叭改良版,賣兩皮半,正!  
 
 
limage
11-12-09
16:18:06
回覆 (136): 漫步者收购日本老牌静电耳机企业STAX
 
新闻新闻网页 漫步者收购日本老牌静电耳机企业STAX  
2011-12-09 09:43:36   
 
【IT168 资讯】编辑从网上得知,漫步者第二届董事会第十一次会议于2011年12月7日召开,审议通过《关于收购日本STAXLtd.100%股权的议案》。董事会确认以自有资金、现金方式收购日本STAXLtd.100%股权,交易价格为1.2亿日元(按照2011年12月6日外汇牌价100日元兑换8.1411元人民币汇率计算,折合人民币976.93万元)。《股权转让合同书》于2011年12月6日签署,并于公司董事会审议通过及中国有关商务部门备案核准后方可生效。  
 
深圳市漫步者科技股份有限公司第二届董事会第十一次会议决议公告内容摘录如下:  
 
深圳市漫步者科技股份有限公司(以下简称“公司”)第二届董事会第十一次会议于2011年12月7日下午以电话会议方式召开。经各位董事逐项表决,一致通过了以下决议:  
 
一、以8票同意、0票反对、0票弃权,表决通过了《关于收购日本STAX Ltd. 100%股权的议案》。  
 
董事会确认以自有资金、现金方式收购日本STAX Ltd. 100%股权,交易价格为1.2亿日元(按照2011年12月6日外汇牌价,折合人民币976.93万元)。  
 
《股权转让合同书》于2011年12月6日签署,并于公司董事会审议通过及中国有关商务部门备案核准后方可生效。  
 
特此公告。  
 
深圳市漫步者科技股份有限公司  
 
董 事 会  
 
二〇一一年十二月九日  
 
 
交易对方的基本情况:  
 
目黑阳造先生  
 
国籍:日本  
 
住址:神奈川县横滨市鹤见区  
 
目黑阳造先生作为STAX公司的创始人之一,持有公司100%的股份。  
 
交易标的基本情况:  
 
1、标的公司名称:STAX Ltd.(日文名称:有限会社 )  
  2、公司成立时间:1996年1月22日  
  3、法定代表人:目黑阳造  
  4、注册地址:埼玉県入间郡三芳町竹间沢东7-1  
  5、注册资本:3,000,000日元(按照2011年12月6日外汇牌价100日元兑换8.1411元人民币汇率计算,折合人民币24.42万元)  
  6、经营范围:主要从事静电耳机的研发、制造和销售;静电单体的研发、制造和销售,静电耳机专用功放的设计、制造和销售,相关配件的制造、销售。  
  7、股权结构如下:  
  8、公司历史沿革及业务介绍:  
 
STAX公司的前身由Naotake Hayashi先生创立于1938年,主要从事黑胶唱机的关键零部件的设计制造,1950年涉足电容式麦克风的设计、制造,是日本NHK电台的重要供应商。1954年设计制造出静电高音喇叭,1959年设计制造出世界上第一套静电耳机,命名为Earspeaker,1960年推出世界上第一套商品化静电耳机SR-1,成为当时高保真设备的标杆,STAX也逐渐成为全球着名高端耳机品牌。  
 
在公司静电耳机不断推陈出新的同时,公司还对静电式音箱和与其配套的功放投入了巨大的精力,不断研发出令业界震撼的更高性能的新产品,成为当时最高端的音响公司之一。但由于公司在最高端产品的研发和制造投入过大的资金,从而使得公司的整体经营状况出现巨大困难。90年代初,公司创始人Naotake Hayashi去世,由其子接手公司,虽然立即终止了静电音箱的业务,但同时又推出了旗舰级的静电耳机和功放,在市场上赢得一片喝彩,但过高的价格使得销售寥寥,公司的财务状况进一步恶化,不得不在1995年宣布破产。  
 
1996年1月,时任公司高管的高桥彦弥、目黑阳造和技术总负责人铃木一雄三人为发起人,由高桥彦弥先生出资300万日元,重新注册成立STAX Ltd.,专心研发、生产静电耳机和配套功放,由高桥彦弥出任董事长。1998年  
 
 
12月,目黑阳造先生出资300万日元收购高桥彦弥先生的全部股权,接替高桥彦弥出任董事长,公司运营一直良好,推出的各种新产品均被市场高度认可。2010年由于关键新产品的延期上市,造成亏损,2011年随着新产品SR009的上市,公司迅速实现较大盈利。  
 
STAX已经成为静电耳机的代名称,日式英文单词Earspeaker也被业内广泛接受,其多年来潜心研究的静电耳机技术成为公司在全球范围独一无二的核心竞争力,代表着目前耳机技术所能达到的最高水准。  
 
STAX公司现有12名雇员,公司的销售大约70%在日本国内实现,30%是其它国家。  
 
feikeung
11-12-09
16:09:37
回覆 (135): 漫步者斥资近千万收购日本高端耳机厂商STAX
漫步者斥资近千万收购日本高端耳机厂商STAX  
 
2011年12月09日 08:31 上海证券报微博  
  ⊙记者 宋元东 ○编辑 裘海亮  
 
  漫步者今日公告,公司以现金方式收购日本STAX公司100%的股权。经协商,交易价格为1.2亿日元,按照12月6日外汇牌价100日元兑换8.1411元人民币汇率计算,折合人民币976.93万元。  
 
  资料显示,STAX 公司的前身创立于1938年,主要从事黑胶唱机的关键零部件的设计制造,后来逐渐成为全球著名高端耳机品牌。漫步者表示,本次投资是公司发展主营业务,尤其是耳机业务的关键性投资。通过收购STAX100%股权,公司立即拥有了全球著名的静电耳机及其功放的所有设计、制造技术和相应市场,公司得以迅速占领高端耳机的制高点,使公司能够向耳机行业的高端品牌发起挑战。  
 
feikeung
11-12-09
16:03:47
回覆 (134): On9Jobs --- digging his own grave
University of Hong Kong Medical School's Hepatobiliary/Pancreatic/Liver Division is probably the only academic/clinical achievement that the ex-colony can brat about.  
 
The same can probably be said for Magnepan’s, although brethrens north of the border might think otherwise.  
唔X信罷X就!!!  
 
 
 
 
回覆 (5): 难道美国人也用几万元来推动mg12吗?  
 
這個標題令人有一點反感.  
樓主好像對美國人有一種唯馬首是瞻的心態.  
若説美國黑人陽具平均比中國人大我不反對.  
香港有兩個老頭一姓余一姓李:  
對Magnepan的認識, 尤其是"擺位陰功", 洋人絶無出其右.  
 
肥強博士如是説....  
feikeung
11-10-24
16:41:31
回覆 (133): On9Jobs --- digging his own grave
I have a conviction that if Jobs had consulted Professor Fan and had his liver transplant performed at Queen Mary he would still be living today.  
 
feikeung
11-10-24
15:24:36
回覆 (132): On9Jobs --- digging his own grave
there is an extreme risk in waiting to remove any pancreatic malignant tumor, whether it be one month, nine months, whether it be slow-growing or fast-growing.  
 
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Not when it is done by the best expert. In HK we have S.T.Fan.  
kh33
11-10-24
10:03:38
回覆 (133): On9Jobs --- digging his own grave
He was telling his oncologist/surgeon to their faces that he had no faith in western medicine.  
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that precisely true. you need faith in both cases. i can point to you cases with exactly opposite results. it probably too late to ask the question about cancer when you have it.
drwkng
11-10-23
13:56:13
回覆 (132): On9Jobs --- digging his own grave
My brother, who was diagnosed to have liver cancer seven years ago, did the same thing. He was telling his oncologist/surgeon to their faces that he had no faith in western medicine.  
Paul BS Lai, now chairman of Department of Surgery at the Chinese University, was very patient with him. Instead of asking my brother “what the fxxck are you doing here wasting my time…”, he asked him to think again and come back if he happened to change his mind.  
 
feikeung
11-10-23
11:59:01
回覆 (131): On9Jobs --- digging his own grave
Closed captioning of: Biographer: Jobs regretted delaying surgery  
 
>>> authorized biography of steve jobs is about to hit stores a little more than two weeks after his death, and it includes some fascinating details about his life and his struggle with pancreatic cancer . natalie 's back with the details on that. natalie , good morning.  
>> good morning again, savannah. steve jobs was speaking with his biographer right up until a few weeks before he died. and while the book doesn't come out until monday, it is already raising questions about the choices jobs made regarding his own medical care . by all accounts, it was an extraordinary life.  
>> today, apple is going to reinvent the phone.  
>> reporter: steve jobs , the college dropout and creative genius behind apple's ipod, iphone and ipad.  
>> your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life.  
>> reporter: now an authorized biography, " steve jobs " by walter isaacson , sheds new light on jobs' deadly battle with cancer. he was diagnosed in 2003 with pancreatic cancer , something he spoke about in his 2005 address to stanford university graduates.  
>> turned out to be a rare form of pancreatic cancer that's curable with surgery. i had the surgery, and thankfully, i'm fine now.  
>> reporter: but as isaacson recounts in an interview to be broadcast this sunday on "60 minutes," jobs resisted getting the surgery for nine months.  
>> he tries to treat it with diet, he goes to spiritualists, he goes through various ways of doing it macrobiotically, and he doesn't get an operation.  
>> why doesn't he get it operated on immediately?  
>> you know, i've asked him that, and he said "i didn't want my body to be opened, i didn't want to be violated in that way."  
>> reporter: isaacson says jobs later regretted his choice to postpone surgery, a decision questioned by some in the medical community.  
>> there is an extreme risk in waiting to remove any pancreatic malignant tumor, whether it be one month, nine months, whether it be slow-growing or fast-growing.  
 
 
http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/44979333/ns/today-books/t/jobs-delayed-cancer-surgery-tried-herbal-remedies-first/
feikeung
11-10-23
11:29:37
回覆 (130): Chinese condoms too small for South Africans
JOHANNESBURG, Sep 16 – A South African court has blocked the government from buying 11 million Chinese condoms, saying they are too small, a newspaper reported on Friday.  
 
The finance ministry had awarded a contract to a firm called Siqamba Medical, which planned to buy the Phoenurse condoms from China, the Beeld newspaper said.  
 
A rival firm, Sekunjalo Investments Corporation, turned to the High Court in Pretoria after losing the bid, arguing that their condoms were 20 percent larger than the Chinese ones.  
 
Judge Sulet Potterill blocked the deal with Siqamba, ruling that the condoms were too small, made from the wrong material, and were not approved by the World Health Organisation, the paper said.  
 
South Africa has more HIV infections than any country in the world, with 5.38 million of its 50 million people carrying the virus.  
 
Posted by AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE on September 16, 2011  
 
 
 
feikeung
11-09-17
02:31:22
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