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Which DSP for audio?

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wyonghao
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re: Which DSP for audio?
wyonghao   5/8/2009 4:28:12 PM
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I've posted on the thread, thanks for help. I am not hardware engineer, so correct me if I was wrong.

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re: Which DSP for audio?
PaulaJ   5/1/2009 9:46:50 PM
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Hi Patrick, OK, a blatant company commercial here - but 5 of the top 10 semi companies have adopted Tensilica's HiFi 2 audio DSP core. Our volume doesn't yet approach TI and ADI - but it's growing rapidly. Don't forget the cores!

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