||This article needs additional citations for verification. (September 2014)
||New York 1945
||Audio-Visual and communication equipment, Hi-fi equipment, Home appliances
||Bringing High Definition to Audio
A Fisher Electronics record player and tape deck, without speakers
Fisher Electronics was a United States-based subsidiary company of Japanese electronics conglomerate Sanyo specialising in the field of hi-fi electronics.
The company was originally formed in 1937Avery Fisher in New York before being sold to the Emerson Electric Company for US$31 million in 1969. It was subsequently sold by Emerson Electric to Sanyo Electric of Japan in 1975, where it has remained until 2010 when Sanyo was purchased by Panasonic. But the Fisher brand was phased out owing to the termination of Sanyo by Panasonic in 2012. Avery Fisher remained as a consultant for Emerson and Sanyo.
Fisher is generally known to be the first company to introduce separate audio components. Originally, hi-fi systems were integrated all into one chassis.