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Lista produttori mondiali di televisori

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Lista produttori mondiali di televisori

La storia della televisione parte da lontano. Era il tardo 1920 quando, si inizio a concepire la prima idea di trasmissione audio e video. Dopo la seconda guerra mondiale, negli Stati Uniti d’America, si iniziarono a diffondere le prime televisioni in bianco e nero e conseguentemente le prime trasmissioni. Gli Americani iniziarono ad acquistare tv e a metterle nelle proprie case. In quegli anni non si poteva ancora pensare a centri assistenza specializzati alla riparazione televisori.

quando nasce la televisioneGià nel 1950, la televisione era diventata il primo strumento per influenzare l’opinione pubblica. Nel 1960, avvenne, sempre negli Stati Uniti D’America, la prima trasmissione a colori.

Per quanto riguarda la comparsa delle televisione in Italia, si dovette aspettare fino al 1952 quanto, l’alora azienda EIAR si trasformo nella attuale RAI (Radio Audizioni Italiane, dal 1954 RAI − Radiotelevisione italiana). Il 3 gennaio 1954 iniziarono le prime trasmissioni televisive pubbliche con l’inaugurazione del Programma Nazionale.

Dopo alcuni anni passati a sperimentare la tv, (era il1977) anche in Italia fu finalmente introdotta la Televisione a Colori.

Chi ha inventato la televisione? William Taynton
Quando è nata la televisione? Era il tardo 1920
Quando è nata la televisione a colori? Era il1977

Lista produttori mondiali televisori

AziendaInizioFine
Aceunknown
Aceawtasd2011present
Acer20012009
Admiral19401979
Advent1975present
Adyson20082011
AGA1952196?
Aiwa--
Akaica.1966present
Akari1992present
Akurra2011present
Alba (now known as Harvard)1939present
Amplivision20112016
Amstrad
Andrea Electronics19471978
Anitech1999present
Apex Digital19972010
Arcam2011present
Arena--
Argosy--
Arise India2012present
ASA (manufacturer of first European all transistor/no radio tubes television)1956199?
Astor19561971
Asuka2011present
Atlantic2010present
Atwater Television19491952
Audar19491949
Automatic Radio Manufacturing19491954
Audiovox--
AVEL2008present
AVol--
AWA1950's1970's
Bace Television1947-
Baird19261980 (made the first TVs, brand name after 1956)
Bang & Olufsen1950 (prototype)present
Baumann Meyer2001present
Beko--
BenQ--
Bell Television19451950s
BelTek Tv--
Bharat--
Beon-
Binatone--
BiSA--
Bitova electronika Ltd19751996
Blaupunkt--
BLUE Edge-present
Blue Sky--
Blue Star--
Bondstec-
BOSE-
BPL india lmt1980present
Brandt--
Brionvega19471956
Britannia2011present
BrokSonic
BSR--
BTC--
Bush Radio1937present
Calbest Electronics19471968
Candle--
Capehart Electronics19471965
Carrefour--
Cascade2011present
Cathay--
Cello2004present
Centurion--
Certified Radio Labs19471966
Cenfonix-present
CGE2009present
Changhong1958present
ChiMei--
Cimline--
Citizen--
Clairetone Electric Corporation1967-
Clarivox--
Clatronic--
Coby--
Colonial Radio (Sylvania)19491983
Color Electronics Corporation1964-
Conar Instruments1962-
Condor--
Conrac (Monitors)19581990
Conrac (Germany)-(various plasma TV sets around 2003)
Contec--
Continental Edison--
Cortron Industries (Hoffman Radio, Hoffman Electronics, Hoffman Products)19481970
Cossor--
Crown--
Crystal--
CS Electronics--
CTC--
Curtis Mathes Corporation1960present
Cybertron--
Daewoo--
Dainichi--
Damro--
Dansai--
Dayton--
De Graaf--
Decca--
Deccacolour (UK)--
Defiant--
Dell20032008
Diamond vision--
Delmonico International Corporation1967-
Diboss--
Dixi--
Dual--
Dual Tec--
Dumont (no relation to the below company)--
DuMont Laboratories (Model 180 - America's first commercially manufactured TV)19381970s (early)
Durabrand (private label tradename of Wal-Mart)2003present
Dyanora (India)--
Dynatron-Dynex
Edler--
Eki (2029-future)
Electronics Corp. (ECTV; India)--
English Electric19501957
English Electric Valve Company--
EKCO--
Elbe--
Electrohome--
Element Electronics2006present
Elin--
Elite--
Elta--
Emerson (no relation to the below company)1948present
Emerson Radio and Phonograph19471973
EMI--
Erres-1967 (Van der Heem was taken over by Philips, brand name used well into the 1990s)
Expert--
Farnsworth Television and Radio19471965
Ferguson Electronics--
Ferranti--
Fidelity Radio (nergê)19801988
Finlandia--
Finlux (since 2006 brand of Vestel)1971present
FIRST-present
Firstline--
Fisher Electronics--
Fleetwood (CONRAC Corp.)19611970
Flint--
Formenti19472006
Frontech (not a manufacturer, brand name only)--
Fujitsu1992present
Funai Electric1980spresent
GC-present
Geloso19311972
General Electric19471986 (taken over by Thomson)
General Electric Company plcGeneral Electric Company plcGeneral Electric Company plc
(UK manufacturer completely unrelated to the US manufacturer of the same name)(UK manufacturer completely unrelated to the US manufacturer of the same name)(UK manufacturer completely unrelated to the US manufacturer of the same name)
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General Gold
Gene's TV-present
Geloso--
Genexxa--
GoldStar19581995, name changed to LG Electronics
Goodmans Industries--
Gorenje--
GPM--
Gradiente--
Graetz--
Granada--
Grandin--
Grundig19662003 (taken over by Beko, brand still exists)
Haier1984present
Hannspree--
Hanseatic--
Hantarex--
Harvard International2000s-
Harvey Industries1989-
HCM--
Healing19561975
Helkama1957196?
Helvar19571960
Heath Company/Heathkit19641989
Hesstar-present
Hinari Domestic Applicanes--
Hisawa--
HMV--
Hisense1970present
Hitachi, Ltd.1956present
Hoffman Television (Cortron Ind)19481970
Howard Radio (Muntz)19481973
Huanyu--
Hypson--
Ice--
Ices--
ITS--
ITT Corporation--
ITT-KB (UK)--
ITT-SEL (Germany)-(bought by Nokia)
Imperial--
Indiana--
Ingelen--
Inno Hit--
Innovex--
Insignia--
Interfunk--
Intervision--
Isukai--
IZUMI2008present
Jensen Loudspeakers2003present
JMB--
JVC1976present
Kaisui--
Kamacrown--
Kane Electronics Corporation1967-
Kapsch--
Kathrein--
Kendo--
Kent Television19511964
Khind-present
Kingsley--
Kloss Video1981-
Kneissel--
Kogan2006present
Kolster-Brandes--
Konka1984present
Korpel--
Koyoda--
Lanix--
Le.com--
Leyco--
LG Electronics (founded as GoldStar, name changed 1995)1958present
Liesenkötter (cabinet builder only, bought chassis from manufacturers such as Philips)--
LLoyd's--
Loewe AG1923present
Luma--
Luxor--
M Electronic--
MTC--
Magnadyne--
Magnafon--
Magnasonic--
Magnavox19481976
Magnavox (subsidiary of Philips)1976present
Maneth--
Marantz1992present
Marconiphone--
Mark--
Matsui--
Mattison Electronics19491968
McMichael Radio--
Mediator (brand name owned by Philips)--
Memorex1961present
Micromax2009present
Mercury-Pacific19501964
Metz-present
Minerva-(taken over by Grundig)
Minoka--
Mirc Electronics (Onida brand; India)1982present
Mitsubishi--
Mivar1945-
Motorola19471974
Multitech (not a manufacturer, brand name only)--
Muntz (Howard Radio)19481973
MT Logic (related to Multitech, not a manufacturer, brand name only)--
Murphy Radio--
NEC1950s-
Neckermann--
Nelco (India)--
NEI--
NetTV--
Nikkai--
Nobliko--
Nokia (Nokia)--
Nordmende-1990s
North American Audio, Inc.1962-
Olympic Radio and Television19481971
Oceanic--
OK tv--
Olevia20042009
One-present
Onida1990present
Onwa--
Orion (Hungary)--
Orion (Japan)--
Osaki--
Oso--
Osume--
Otake--
Otto Versand--
Packard Bell, Teledyne Packard Bell19481974
Palladium--
Panama--
Panasonic1959present
Pathe Cinema--
Pathe Marconi--
Pausa--
Perdio19551965
Pensonic-present
Peto Scott--
Philco (Philco-Ford)19471976
Philips1930spresent
Philmore Manufacturing19481965
Phonola1939(taken over by Philips)
Pilot Radio19481957
Pilot Radio Corporation (Jerrold Electronics)1964present
Pioneer Electronics19852010
Planar Systems1983present
Polaroid--
Profex--
Prima--
ProLine--
ProScan (div. of Technicolor SA)1990spresent
ProTech--
Pulser (own by Canadian tire)--
Pye--
PyxScape--
Quasar--
Quelle--
Questa--
R-Line--
REI--
Radiola--
Radiola (France, owned by Philips)--
RadioMarelli1929-
RadioShack--
Rank Arena--
Ravenswood (div. of Annapolis Electroacoustics Corp.)1962-
Rauland Borg19421948
RBM--
RCA19391986 (taken over by Thomson)
Realistic--
Rediffusion-1985
Regentone--
Revox--
Rex--
RFT (Stassfurt plant)-1991? (bought by Technisat)
RGD (Radio Gramaphone Development Company)--
Roadstar (not a manufacturer, brand name only)--
Rolls--
SABA--
Saccs--
Saisho--
Salora1956present[1]
Salora International1977present
Sambers--
Sampo Corp. of America1981present
Sceptre Incorporated1984present
Samsung1989present
Sanabria Television Corporation (American Television)1960-
Sandra--
Sansui1987present
Sanyo1953present
SBR--
Schaub Lorenz--
Schneider Electric--
Schneider (Germany)--
Schneider (France, taken over by Philips)--
Sears (Silvertone)--
SEG--
SEI--
Sei-Sinudyne--
Seiki Digital2009present
Selco (India)1980s-
Sèleco1984-
Sentra--
Setchell Carlson19501970
Seura[2]2003present
Sharp1953present
Shorai--
Siarem--
Siemens AG--
Silo Digital2004present
Silver--
Silvertone (Sears)--
Sinudyne19462006
Skyworth1992present
Sobell--
Solavox--
Soniq2000present
Sonitron-Sonodyne
Sonoko--
Sonolor--
Sonora1962-
Sontec--
Sony1960present
Soyo-2009
Soundwave--
Sparc-present
Stern--
Stromberg Carlson19501957
Stewart-Warner--
SunLite TV--
Sunkai--
Susumu--
Supra1974present
Sylvania19491983
Symphonic Electronic Corp1960-
Symphonic Radio and Electronics1952-
Sysline--
Tandy--
Technika TV (provided by Tesco PLC)--
Tatung Company1979present
TCL1981present
Tec--
Tech-Master19481968
Technema--
Technics--
Technisat-present
Tecnimagen (formerly Philips Spain)--
Technika--
TECO--
Teleavia--
Telefunken--
Telemeister--
Telequip19491968
Teletech--
Teleton--
Teletronics1970-
Television, Inc.19501952
Temp1960Temp
---
Texet--
Thomson SA (some sold under RCA and GE brands)1940s?present (after bankruptcy some assets were sold to Videocon and TCL, continued as Technicolor)
Thorn Electrical Industries--
Thorn EMI--
TMA19481973
Tomashi--
Toshiba19522015
TPV Technology-present
TP Vision (joint venture between Philips and TPV)2012present
Transvision19471967
Trav-Ler Radop19481965
Travelers Electronics Co.1954-
Trinium Electronics Philippines2006present
Triumph--
Uher--
Ultra--
Ultravox--
United States Television Manufacturing Corp.19451950
Universum--
Vestel1980spresent
Videocon1980spresent
Videosat--
Videotechnic--
Videoton1959-
Viewsonic--
Vision--
Vistron--
Vizio2002present
Veon--
Vu2005present
V WORLD2014present
Warwick19511977
Watson--
Watt Radio--
Wells-Gardner (Mostly private labels)19481990
Westinghouse19471969
Westinghouse Digital2003present
Weston Electronics (India)1980s-
White-Westinghouse--
Wybor1977present
X2GEN--
Xiaomi2017present
Yoko--
Yoko (not a manufacturer, brand name only)--
Zanussi--
Zenith Radio1948present
Zonda-

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