In 1993, Philips introduced the 900 series, a highly successful line that revolutionized the world of Hi-Fi audio. What set it apart was its intuitive, self-thinking user experience made possible by digital technology.
The core aim during the development of the 900 series was to capture the authentic 'live' essence of music. Achieving this required pioneering digital techniques. The 900 series was among the very first to be entirely digital, from the source to the speakers.
in Japan, where the 900 series was very popular, Japanese music enthusiasts had access to a unique accessory: the IN900 Insulator. These were four weighted feet that could be slid over the standard feet of a device from the 900 series.