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Audio SoC brings higher fidelity to consumer audio

3/5/2008 02:00 PM EST
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re: Audio SoC brings higher fidelity to consumer audio
Marcel..2   3/12/2008 11:22:14 AM
Don't fool the public: this is not "Higher Fidelity". Higher than what? Previous attempts to put a system on a chip? Come On. All this is, is another attempt to put a lot of enigineering into one lump of silicon. But anyone with the slightest background in audio can see this bears no relation to really good audio, be it DSD or 192kHz/24bits high resolution.

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