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Audience announces voice processor A1028 for mobiles

10/14/2010 11:33 AM EDT
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re: Audience announces voice processor A1028 for mobiles
Kinnar   10/18/2010 11:20:28 AM
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This is good product Audiance has come up with. Sound engineering has got evolved a lot and there are very exceptional algorithms that enhance the audio quite well, but most of them are cpu power hungry, so it becomes difficult to implement on microprocessors as it required many DSP functionalities. This processor from Audiance will start some new practice in mobile and cordless handsets and will surely improve the quality of communication.

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elctrnx_lyf   10/16/2010 8:11:21 PM
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Voice processing capabilities will be an important feature for all the smartphones and tablets. Even though I've already seen few voice based applications in the past with the mobiles, but they wern't really accurate enough to recognise the right command. Voice to text convertors could also prove really useful.

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