Lexicon (company)

Lexicon (company)

Lexicon is an American audio equipment manufacturing company founded in 1971 and owned by Harman International Industries. Lexicon's roots began in 1969 with the founding of American Data Sciences by MIT professor Dr. Francis Lee and engineer Chuck Bagnaschi who developed digital audio devices for medical heart monitoring.

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Lexicon (company) - Lexicon BD-30 (Oppo BDP-83 Clone & THX Certification) Controversy
... an Audioholics.com review on January 15, 2010 that Lexicons BD-30 Blu-ray player (retail price $3500) contained internal components and chassis identical to the ...

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