Sonicblue sells ReplayTV, Rio to Denon parent

By Julio Franco
Apr 17, 2003
  1. Bankrupt consumer electronics maker Sonicblue Inc. on Wednesday sold its ReplayTV service and Rio portable music systems to Japan's D&M Holding, effectively ending its run as a digital audio pioneer and its threat to major media companies.

    Japan's D&M Holdings Inc., parent of high-end audio equipment makers Denon Ltd. and Marantz Japan Inc., won a bankruptcy court auction to acquire Sonicblue's ReplayTV television recording service and Rio portable audio unit for about $36.2 million.
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