Pro-ject, which boosted the vinyl revival with its range of affordable turntables, is 20 years old this year.
And it's going to celebrate in September with a special event including the launch of an anniversary turntable, a new entry-level model claiming 'unbeatable performance', and a range of Box Design streaming products.
The company's Signature Anniversary turntable and the new entry-level model are set to be announced on September 2nd, along with what are said to be 'revolutionary digital and streaming products' from its Box Design by Pro-ject sub-brand.
These new digital products will see the company, still best-known for its analogue range, getting heavily involved in streaming and network audio: the Stream Box SE (above) was shown at the recent High End Show in Munich, and will form the cornerstone of what is expected to be a rapidly-growing streaming range.
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Developed in co-operation with Austrian company StreamUnlimited, and built around its Stream700 module, the Stream Box SE will offer Wi-Fi and Ethernet networking.
It has compatibility with UPnP/DLNA servers, and handling of formats including MP3, WMA, AAC and Ogg Vorbis, as well as FLAC and LPCM at up to 24-bit/192kHz.
Both analogue and digital outputs are provided, and there's iPod/iPhone/iPad digital connectivity via USB. It'll sell for €700 (£620).
Also on the way from Box Design is a Bluetooth Box, designed to interface with mobile phones for music streaming, and its Media Box, which is designed for playback of content from USB devices or SD memory cards.
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