05.28.2006 08:00 AM
APT focuses on audio post production at AES Paris

Audio Processing Technology (APT), the Belfast-based audio compression specialist, is displaying an ever-increasing range of audio codecs and licensing opportunities for its apt-X algorithm at this year’s AES Convention in Paris.

The Enhanced apt-X algorithm provides high quality audio and has achieved international penetration in the realm of professional audio. The ability to operate within bandwidth requirements combined with a resilience to bit errors and with minimal delay make apt-X ideal for applications such as wireless headphones, wireless 5.1 surround and wireless microphones. At AES, APT is presenting the Enhanced apt-X algorithm in multiple formats: Motorola DSP, TI, ADI, Verilog and ARM7. With potential applications in all areas of high quality consumer and professional audio, Enhanced apt-X licensing options will be available to third-party manufacturers wishing to secure a lead in the market.

For more information, visit www.aptx.com.



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