CHICAGO, April 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Visitors to Axpona in Chicago are set to see pioneering technology from SweetVinyl. This Silicon Valley-based technology company is demonstrating its SugarCubeTM Hi-Def vinyl recording platform.
Following on the excitement generated by the demonstration of a prototype SugarCube at CES 2016, now attendees can see the SugarCube model SC2 in action in the SweetVinyl suite (536) and in Ear Gear Expo.
The SugarCube is the first product to enter the market that digitizes vinyl records into Hi-Def files as a stand-alone, integrated platform. It bring together many unique features including:
- Real-Time, Non-Destructive Click & Pop Removal
- Automatic Metadata identification of artist, track and album
- Pushbutton USB recording
- iOS and Android Mobile Apps for controlling and viewing results
- Integrated 192/24 bit ADC and DAC
"The SugarCube is the equivalent of the cassette deck for the music lover who also prefers to listen and collect vinyl records, bringing advanced digital features to vinyl experience"—Leo Hoarty, founder, SweetVinyl.
The SugarCube SC2 is planned to retail at $2,000 US dollars and will be available in the 3rd quarter of 2016.
For more information please contact: Dan Eakins at email@example.com
SweetVinyl, based in Silicon Valley, was founded in 2014 by two music lovers and serial entrepreneurs: Leo Hoarty and Dan Eakins. Their SugarCube shown first at CES 2016 represents a brand new product category in the vinyl world. SugarCube incorporates SweetVinyl's proprietary technology, including real-time, non-destructive, click & pop removal, automatic metadata identification, direct recording to USB media, Hi-Res support and mobile app integration.
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