Posted Tue Sep 8, 2015 at 06:30 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
The company has revealed more premium audio products.
Last week at IFA 2015, Panasonic unveiled the newest additions to its Technics lineup. The Grand Class G30 Series and the OTTAVA Premium Class Series both offer high performance audio components.
Panasonic's Grand Class G30 Series consists of the SU-G30 Network Audio Amplifier and the ST-G30 Music Server. The SU-G30 features a JENO engine to eliminate jitter and a GaN-FET Driver to offer high-speed switching with minimal loss. Likewise, the amp includes a built-in network playback circuit, and support for a variety of input sources, from legacy, to high-resolution audio formats (384-kHz/32-bit, DSD11.2 MHz), and online music streaming services, internet radio, digital audio (DLNA, USB, Bluetooth) and analog audio (Line, Phone). Meanwhile, the ST-G30 Music Server features an Solid State Drive, an Optimally Activated Circuit System, and an internal CD drive with uncompressed audio ripping capabilities.
The OTTAVA Premium Class Series consists of the OTTAVA SC-C500 HiFi System which combines a SU-C501 CD Stereo Amplifier, OTTAVA speakers and high-resolution audio support. The amp offers the Technics JENO Engine, LAPC, and Battery Driven Clock Generator. Meanwhile, the speakers feature "two woofers arranged symmetrically to reduce cabinet vibrations, as well as a spiral acoustic port design to produce rich and powerful bass that fills the room." Likewise, the system includes support for a variety of audio sources, including high-res network audio, CD, USB memory devices, USB-DAC, and smartphones.
Pricing and availability for Panasonic's new Technics audio products have not been announced.
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