After dipping its fingers into its fingers last year, Technics has returned to selling new turntables and audiophile equipment. The company announced a number of new products on Monday. The SB-G90M2 is at the forefront of the company’s autumn offering. Like the SB-G90, the M2 is a three-way pair of bass reflex speakers. It features a two-way coaxial driver that combines a 25mm dome with a 160mm mid-range aluminum cone and two 160mm subwoofers. The SB-GM90M2 will go on sale in October, and each will cost $ 2,699.
For those who don’t have nearly $ 3,000 for a single speaker, Technics has also announced its new SB-C600 shelf speakers. You will pay $ 999 for their pair. They have gone through most of the design processes as well as the SB-GM90M2 to reduce distortion and vibration. Each of them has a 15 cm subwoofer paired with a 25 mm aluminum tweeter. You can buy them from November.
With two speaker systems, Technics has announced an updated version of its SU-G700 amp. The second model borrows features from the company’s SU-R100 amplifier. Among other features, it includes JENO anti-shake and distortion technology. When designing the SU-G700M2, Technics procured new semiconductor parts, including some of them, to improve power delivery. The company says the new model is more efficient and reactive than its predecessor and manages the various speakers better. There’s also a Phono Input Phase menu to enhance playback when listening to older vinyl albums recorded with the reverse phase. The SU-G700M2 goes on sale in October for $ 2,699. It will be available in black and silver, with the former including an additional “-K” in its model label.
Finally, Technics announced a new version of its direct drive turntable. If the SL-1210G looks familiar, it’s because the company released a limited edition black model of the SL-1200G in June 2020, known as the, a Technics spokesman said The SL-1210GAE sold out almost immediately. The SL-1210G then gives those who missed the GAE another chance to get the company’s historic black turntable. GAE will cost $ 3,999 when it goes on sale next month.
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