“High Technology specialist Entotem attended the Bristol Sound and Vision Show 2015 from the 20-22 February to Entotem_plato_hifinewsofficially launch Plato their innovative home entertainment system. Plato has been in development for the past two years, and Entotem chose this show, the largest in the UK to be its launch platform. A hugely successful launch show was perfectly topped off with a Clarity Alliance Best of Show Award” says the company’s latest press release.

Plato provides users the opportunity to playback vinyl through built in pre-amp and power-amp, and record each track in 24bit/192 kHz format which is then stored within 2TB hard drive with track recognition and album image downloaded from gracenote.

Powered by a bespoke Android OS, Plato will also stream to network connected TV and speakers, both audio and video, simultaneously; Touch screen operation supported by an Android companion app (IOS to follow) round up some of the many features offered by the Plato system.

On receiving the award, Martin Boddy commented:

“It is a great honour and privilege to receive this award for Plato, especially because it comes from our industry peers. The Entotem engineering team have worked incredibly hard over the last two years to bring something new, innovative and exciting to the market. We believed we had something very special, and this award fully backs up and endorses those feelings.

“Being selected by the Clarity Alliance for one of its Best of Show Awards demonstrates how Entotem has been embraced and accepted by the industry, and that is something that all new entrants continually strive to achieve. It really was an extremely proud moment for the whole team.”

 

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