Audio Den to Celebrate the U.S. Launch of Technics’ Latest Line of Audio Equipment

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The Manufacturer Returns to the U.S. Market with Launch of Premium and Reference Components

Audio Den to Celebrate the U.S. Launch of Technics’ Latest Line of Audio Equipment

Audio Den to Celebrate the U.S. Launch of Technics’ Latest Line of Audio Equipment

We’re very excited about the return of Technics to the U.S. market. They have an undeniable heritage of quality and innovation and the new technology – like the JENO Engine and LAPC - make this some of the best sounding equipment we’ve heard.

Audio Den, a full service residential and commercial custom design and integration firm, is excited to announce that they will celebrate the U.S. release of Technics’ newest lines of audio equipment at their Lake Grove experience center. The event will commemorate the return of Technics Audio to the U.S. market after a 13 year hiatus.

Technics was originally introduced in 1965 to showcase high-end audio components produced by the Panasonic Corporation. Over the next 20 years, the brand evolved to offer a full range of audio equipment. Famously, Technics manufactured the SL-1200 MK2 which developed into one of the most popular turntables for DJs throughout the 1970s. In 2002, the label folded into the larger Panasonic brand name in the United States.

The brand is debuting two new lines of audio equipment: the middle fidelity, entry-level Premium series and the high-end Reference series of integrated amplifiers, network players and speakers. Each series will feature a Jitter Elimination and Noise-shaping Optimization (JENO) Engine in their amplifiers, which reduces the sound degradation, which is a common problem in digital amps. They will also feature Load Adaptive Phase Calibration (LAPC), which will focus the sound while making it more spacious.

The Technics U.S. Launch Party will be held on July 24, 2015 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. It will feature food, drinks, and live music by the Akiko Jazz Trio. A Technics factory representative will also be on hand to answer any questions attendees may have about the new lines of audio equipment.

“We’re very excited about the return of Technics to the U.S. market. They have an undeniable heritage of quality and innovation,” says Head of Business Development at Audio Den, Justin Feldstein. “And the new technology – like the JENO Engine and LAPC - make this some of the best sounding equipment we’ve heard. It’s really given us a reason to celebrate, so we’ve decided to make a party out of it.”

About Audio Den

Audio Den is a full-service residential and commercial custom electronics design and integration firm that has been serving New York State since 1976. Audio Den is a member of Pro Source and the Custom Electronic Design Installation Association. Certified by CEDIA, Lutron, Control4, Bowers & Wilkins, McIntosh and ISF, Audio Den is committed to providing clients with the best and most innovative solutions for automation and audio systems. The number one priority of the integration experts at Audio Den is to provide the best products and services to clients, while making them simple and easy to use. To learn more, visit http://www.audioden.com.

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