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Now, that is absolutely a broad sweeping generalization but it happens very frequently to a large amount of electronics companies. Way back in the day, Pyramid used to be a high quality car audio company and then they lost their reputation with poor build parts and quality. In the early 90's Autotek was extremely popular for car amplifiers as they put out a ton of power and were rated at 4 ohms even though their competition line could run at 1 ohm or 1/2 ohm which allowed people to compete in lower wattage classes even though the amps were putting out far more power with an ohm rating that long. They also chose to start using cheaper build parts and their quality and performance suffered as a result. Granted, no one ever stays "king of the mountain" but there is a marked difference from getting knocked off the top by legitimate competition and sinking your company by trying to take advantage of your company name and increase profits by cutting corners. Companies constantly do it though and refuse to learn from past companies mistakes. I just refuse to take part in any of that as much as I can. It can't be completely avoided as any purchase someone is happy with eventually aids to it but, the best thing any consumer can do is to keep a manufacturer on their toes and make them actually "earn" every single sale. Brand recognition is important but, brand loyalty (despite being a part of brand recognition) is dangerous for both the consumer and the manufacturer.