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Why and how do we use cookies?

We use cookies to provide a better user experience, as a cookie makes it unnecessary to log in every time you want to use the functionality on the website that requires login. We also use cookies to obtain an in-depth analysis of our websites, allowing us to gain a better understanding of potential areas for improvement. This information is used by Nihon Onkyo Enginering to continually improve the relevance of, and accessibility to, the content we provide.

If you have logged on to, or other Nihon Onkyo Engineering Group websites and online services with a username and password, we use cookies to identify you during your session and to remember you for future visits. These cookies log your username and password so that we can identify you if you fill in a contact form, log a support request or have other interactions with the site.

First-party cookies

First-party cookies are stored in your browser by Nihon Onkyo Engineering and its Group websites when you enter its URL or click on a link that takes you to one of our sites. The websites use these cookies to store information to be used the next time you visit that site.

Third-party cookies

Third-party cookies are placed by services used by Nihon Onkyo Engineering Group, for example Google Analytics. These cookies have been developed by third-party companies and not by Nihon Onkyo Engineering Group.

How to remove a cookie

You can deactivate the use of cookies in your browser settings as well as deleting stored cookies. For information on how, go to your browser settings, choose the help function, and search for "cookies".

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To learn how we treat the collected information, please read our privacy policy.