Audiophiles have long argued the merits of audio quality; each with their own opinion. However, there’s no argument about the diminished sound quality when music is digitally compressed into MP3 format to fit on devices like an iPod or Smartphone. Not only music, but movies, TV, audio books, and video games suffer from second-class digital sound quality.
Max Sound Corp. has developed and is now marketing a revolutionary solution for this problem. The company’s patent pending MAX-D Audio Process can convert an audio file to high-definition quality while significantly reducing the digital file size. Max Sound makes everything sound better and enhances quality across multiple platforms without the need for additional software or hardware. The MAX-D technology makes it possible for electronic devices to hold more content and use less data. The MAX-D Audio Process determines and analyzes what content is missing from a compressed audio signal then restores lost harmonics and natural fields.
Max Sound recently joined Qualcomm’s Hexagon DSP Access Program and has ported their patented technology to the Hexagon DSP processor. This integration enables MAX-D’s ability to improve the perceived quality of all audio sources on the Snapdragon platform and retain the low power offered on the Hexagon DSP architecture. Max Sound now is offering this solution to device manufacturers, carriers, and operators in conjunction with their Android music store application called Liquid Spins.
There is a growing consensus that MAXD’s audio is comparable to what high-definition does for video. MAXD’s technology has been praised and endorsed by such diverse musical luminaries as Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac fame, and current popular rapper, songwriter, and record producer Armando Christian Pérez (Pitbull).
MAXD has an experienced management team surrounded with some of the brightest minds and creative forces in the music, motion picture, and recording industries. Much like the switch from analog to high-definition TV, sound will dramatically improve too. As more people and businesses become aware of the superior sound quality and ease of use, MAXD may well become the new standard in listening. Should that occur, it would be appreciated by not only audiophiles but early investors as well.
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