Sony has just delivered its keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016. Of all the major announcements, Sony’s stance on better audio will particularly please audiophiles. The Japanese tech giant announced the PS-HX500 Hi-Res Vinyl Turntable. While it functions like most other compatriot vinyl players around, what Sony claims to be the difference-maker is its ability to play Hi-Res audio, either in Sony’s proprietary DSD format, or 24-bit WAV files. The HX500 converts analog signal to digital files, which can also be edited via an app synced with the device.
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