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Nic Cohen
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re: How audio processing algorithms help improve sound from small speakers
Nic Cohen   7/27/2012 8:09:23 AM
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Have been playing around a bit in my own private time, and have to thank you for your comment, just taken a look at the Drag and Drop, what an excellent tool! Nic www.kdweb.co.uk

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t.alex   9/6/2010 11:29:05 PM
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Given the amount of small portable devices nowadays, there are so many speakers hanging around. Audio processing algorithms, seemingly only for huge home theatre system, are definitely useful in this case.

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DrFPGA   8/31/2010 9:50:00 PM
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PurePath studion is very cool. Drag and Drop DSP programming of the TLV320AIC3254 for a variety of algorithms. You should check it out if you do any audio processing.

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re: How audio processing algorithms help improve sound from small speakers
esuurmaa   8/27/2010 1:11:03 PM
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Great overview. Regarding Bass boost (p.2), I used to believe that psychoacoustics-based bass enhancers needed at least two harmonics generated, the second and the third, in order to be any effective. Is just a frequency-doubling in the low-Hz region "good enough"? I guess myself that the answer depends on the application... like hearing aids or cell phones versus portable media players, etc.



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