On Saturday, September 11, 2017, a pair of instruments made by Texas Instruments (TI) were part of the annual SXSW Music and Arts Festival, a popular annual event held in Austin, Texas.
On September 12, 2017 , Texas Instruments introduced the newest version of the Instruments 7500-series.
It comes with the same features found on the previous version of Instruments 7800-series, such as the new iSAC processor and the new 2-channel audio processor.
The Instruments 7400-series was introduced in 2016.
The new Instruments 7600-series has a higher price tag, and features some improvements over the previous instruments, such in audio performance, but still does not offer a true multi-channel interface.
TI Instruments has already announced the availability of a new version of this series, the Instruments X10, and will likely launch the new Instruments X20 next year.
The latest Instruments 7200-series will be available later in 2019.
The instruments are priced from $2,999, and the latest Instruments 700-series is priced from about $4,999.
The first Instruments 7300-series guitar was released in 2010, and now the latest version of that instrument is the Instruments SX-300S.
The SX-600S was released last year, and offers a full-range dual-chamber design.
The X-series of instruments is priced at about $5,999 with a full range dual-channel design, while the SX-100S is priced about $3,999 and has a full dual-chain design.
There are several Instruments instruments with the name SX-series in their name, but none of them offer a dual-port, stereo interface.
The most expensive instrument on the market is the SX1100, which is available in two configurations: a 9-volt, 6-inch-diameter, two-channel acoustic instrument with an integrated sound system and a 12-volt tube-based acoustic instrument.
The other Instruments SX300S is the most affordable instrument, at about half the price of the SX600S.