Vinyl fans have a lot to look forward to this year if CES 2016 is anything to go by.
News that Panasonic would revive what is widely thought of as the pre-eminent turntable brand, Technics, last year caused a stir among fans.
Technics branded turntables were discontinued in 2010, to the dismay of audiophiles and DJs everywhere.
But with the newly revealed SL-1200G, Panasonic is not only bringing the brand back but paying homage to the wildly popular SL-1200 models of days past.
Here is a close up view of the SL-1200G, which will be released later this year, with a limited edition run of SL-1200GAE models set to launch in the summer.
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Elsewhere, Sony introduced its own PS-HX500 – a turntable with a USB output which allows you to turn vinyl albums into Hi-Res audio.
You can also convert records into Sony's own DSD format or 24-bit WAV files, and software will be provided.
It will be nice to have the option of creating digital copies of your old records without any MP3 downgrading, and with the added bonus of a sleek and refined design, the PS-HX500 has us very excited.
Check out the images below and make sure to check our CES 2016 hub for all the latest tech expo updates.
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