• Winona, Missouri


In regard to the Oct. 14th article “Sony recalls 1.6 million Bravia TVs worldwide,” it seems a little ironic to me.

In the days of Sony founder Akio Morita, when he was at the corporate helm, this sort of malfunction wouldn’t have happened. How in the world did Sony engineers install a faulty component in Bravia TVs in the first place? What has happened to the legendary quality control circles at Sony?

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