Amadana brings back the '70s, in stereo
Japanese brand gives Europeans some design competition.
Japan's Amandana may eventually give the and the a run for their money in the design department. The brand first got our attention nearly a year ago with a decidedly crushworthy , then an and even some cheeky .
Now it's taking on the retro trend with '70s-style stereo that could be right out of a Marantz catalog at the height of the disco era (but better). It should be noted here that there's and retro, by the way.
Clean lines are an understatement in this walnut-clad system, which features a progressive-scan DVD player and Dolby sound. As Technabob says, its technology is far from state of the art, but that's not what Amadana is about, as made clear by the company's zen-like mission statement.