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Submission + - Is it Trademark Violation to Repackage an AV Product as your own? (audioholics.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Simaudio admits to taking a Denon AV receiver they bought through retail channels to repackage it in their own casing with some upgraded analog components for a 15X markup. They conveniently didn't pay for any licensing fees for the technology packed into this product and did so without the consent of Denon or other technology partners. How is this not a trademark violation and how often is this done without consumers or violated parties knowledge?
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Is it Trademark Violation to Repackage an AV Product as your own?

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