High Resolution Technologies (HRT) have created a new digital Sound processor that has been specifically designed to be used with headphones and enhance streaming audio for its wearer.
The digital Sound processor unit has been created to be used with smartphones, tablets and other portable devices, and supports platforms such as Android, Chrome OS, Windows, Apple OSX and others. Watch the video below to learn more about the digital Sound processor project and see it in action.
The dSp project is currently over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website looking to raise $25,000 in pledges to make the jump from concept to production.
“The dSp incorporates proprietary digital Sound processing and conversion along with a high-performance headphone amplifier, all within an extremely portable form factor.
The dSp is designed for those who use their phones, tablets, laptops and other portable devices as their primary listening and viewing platforms and who seek the best-possible headphone or in ear listening experience for music, video, and gaming by providing improved resolution, spatiality, dynamics, and heightened realism.
The HRT dSp is compatible with all audio formats supported by portable devices thanks to its UAC (USB Audio Class) interface. The dSp’s extremely low power consumption allows for extended playing time and with its plug-and-play connectivity, eliminates any complex setups. The dSp supports all audio formats including MP3, AAC, FLAC, PCM, Apple and Windows lossless, along with all streaming audio and video formats, and is firmware-upgradeable to accommodate future updates.”
So if you think dSp is something your audio headphones could benefit from, visit the Kickstarter website via the link below, to make a pledge and help dSp become a reality with pledges starting from $49.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Gadgets News, Top News