Diatone VS 100F

IrrenhausIrrenhaus Posts: 769
Hi All,

Are this any good. Never heard of them before. It seems it was a division of Mitsubishi. Not sure about the price. Not much info out there. They did retail for around $1800.00 in 1986



AMP- Parasound 2125, Adcom 585
Mains for HT and some Music- RTi12s
Main for Music only- Linn Keilidh or Usher V-601 and SDA 1C
PreAmp for Music: Cary AE-3
Rear- RT150
Sub-Rythmik audio F25
Player- Oppo BDP-103

Bedroom rig:
Pionner Elite VSX-30...Onkyo CS-5VL SACD Player....Polk Audio LS70


  • DSkipDSkip Posts: 15,257
    I'd be interested. The Mitsubishi gear of that era was legitimate quality. Not sure if it is true of their speakers though.

    Speakers: Harbeth: 30.2, SHL5+; Usher: Be-10, T-515; Rosso Fiorentino: Elba, Pienza, Certaldo, Fiesole, Volterra; Polk: T50, Signature S15, RTA 15tl, RTi12; Sonner Audio Allegro Unum, Legato Unum, Legato Semis, Legato Duo; Emerald Physics CS-2.8; Klipsch KLF-20
    Preamps: Shuguang S200MK, Dayens Ampino, Parasound P5
    Amps: Shuguang S845MK, Dayens Ampino Monoblocks, Parasound A23
    Integrateds: Triode Corporation TRV-88SER, MastersounD: BoX, Dueventi, Compact 845, Evolution 845; North Star Design Blue Diamond
    Sources: AURALiC Aries, Denon HEOS Link, North Star Design: Magnifico, Supremo, Incanto, Intenso, Venti
    Cabling: Wireworld
    TV: Sony XBR-75X940C
  • pitdogg2pitdogg2 Posts: 12,132
    Hard to believe only two sets was ever imported.
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 20,062
    edited June 2018
    Some of the Mitsubishi Diatone drivers and loudspeakers were world class. Others were more typical of massmarket Japanese loudspeakers of a bygone era (i.e., sort of pallid JBL knockoffs).

    Many were very, very good -- not so many of those made their way to the US market, though.


    The Diatone P-610 family of extended range drivers were justly well-known & well respected. They were in production for a long time, as well.


    EDIT: Heh, we used to live in Milpitas! :p

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