It’s been weeks since the crowds dissipated from the 2-million-square foot exhibit space at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, but the exhibitions showcased at the tradeshow are still creating quite a buzz in the business world. CES is the world’s largest international consumer electronic tradeshow, attracting more than 100,000 business leaders and global media correspondents craning to see the latest and greatest innovations in the consumer electronics industry, which is valued at $203 billion in the U.S. alone.
Attending this year’s CES had to be incredibly amazing, but for the companies actually exhibiting at CES, this was like Willy Wonka’s golden ticket. This was an unparalleled, game-changing opportunity for companies to unveil and demonstrate their technology to an astute audience that would invest in, network with, write, tweet, report on and promote to the masses the innovations they’d seen.
Max Sound Corp. was one such privileged company. The small-cap company exhibited at this year’s CES to demonstrate its proprietary high-definition (HD) audio technology via in-car and external listening stations. Attendees were given the chance to experience MAX-D Technology’s ability to deliver the sounds in music and movies with more detail, depth and dimension than ever before. MAX-D is easily integrated into any manufacturer’s sound system, either through an API or Qualcomm’s Snapdragon DSP chipset.
The company’s proprietary audio process creates HD audio from a compressed audio source such as MP3s, without increasing file size or format. This revolutionary MAX-D process restores harmonics and dynamic range generally lost in compression and brings HD sound to digital media. Audio is played with extra dimension, depth, and detail, providing a crisp, clear, and powerful listening experience. MAX-D is applicable for music, movies, games, books, television, and more.
Key business partnerships demonstrate Max Sound’s strengthening position in the marketplace. Through its partnership with Qualcomm, MAX-D HD is integrated on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chip, making the technology available on any smartphone, computer, or wireless device.
The company is positioned for considerable growth the booming and rapidly evolving consumer electronics industry. With more than 70 filed patents pending on its MAX-D HD audio technology, Max Sound is serious about raising awareness of its technology, and CES was a considerable opportunity for the company to do so.
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