Travel back in time to the decade that kick-started the home personal computer boom: the 1980s.
Hands up if you owned a computer in the 80s! After making some tentative steps in the late 70s, the 1980s saw home computing really take off. Back then, no young adult’s bedroom was complete without a computer, tape deck, and trusty joystick on display.
You see all kinds of groovy things at CES, and if you were to stop by and visit Onkyo, you might think you stepped through a wormhole and went back in time. That's because Onkyo decided to mix the styling of classic stereos from the 1980s with modern day hardware.
There are three new models in all, including the P-3000R pre-amplifier, M-5000R power amplifier, and C-7000R CD player, each one incorporating Onkyo's new Dynamic Intermodulation Distortion Reduction Circuitry _DIDRC) to thwart the effects of unwanted high-frequency interference.
But the real gem here belongs to the old school looks. Onkyo opted to mix it up a bit, combining retro with sleek brushed aluminum. The 1980s never looked so good!
Full press release and pricing info after the jump.