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Sony's new turntable lets you digitize your vinyl collection

The PS-HX500 hits stores in the spring.
Jessica Conditt, @JessConditt
January 5, 2016
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Vinyl is back. Even Sony is getting in on the game with the PS-HX500, a hi-res turntable that allows music lovers to digitize their record collections. The PS-HX500 stores the sounds stemming from your vinyl via USB, up to DSD quality. It features an anti-vibration and anti-skipping design, and it's due to launch in the spring for an undetermined price. (Cue Pink Floyd's "Money.") Check out the PS-HX500 in the video below.

Gallery: Sony's Hi-Res Audio turntable hands-on | 10 Photos

First Look: Sony Vinyl PS-HX500

Edgar Alvarez and Mat Smith contributed to this report.

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