Max Sound Corporation aims to give users the sound they paid for, doing for audio what HD did for video.
The company’s MAX-D is a proprietary audio process that restores lost, compressed sound harmonics and brings high-definition sound to digital media. MAX-D can improve the sound users hear from any device in real time. Using the MAX-D process, users can convert an audio file to high-definition quality while greatly reducing the file size. The company’s patent-pending technology is hardware/platform agnostic, so there’s no need to change or add equipment in order to utilize it.
In the same way that a movie is dynamic and a picture is static, MAX-D is a dynamic process, not a static process like other audio technologies, so it enables electronic devices to hold more content and use less data. MAX-D is focused on dynamically improving the way consumers listen to music, movies, audiobooks, video games, communication devices and television, providing audio that is simply better.
In 2012, Max Sound Corporation purchased the assets of Liquid Spins, an online music retailer, and ultimately developed a superior method of marketing, selling, and listening to music in this age of digital downloads. The new Liquid Spins allows anyone, anywhere to download their favorite DRM-free music and receive a free Liquid Spins HD Audio App to achieve the audio excellence of MAX-D HD audio. The company has also developed a white label program for companies, businesses and retailers that want to have their own music stores.
Among goals for the coming year, Max Sound intends to complete an initial gift card sales launch with InComm, the largest gift card distributor in the world, and have prepaid gift cards for sale in more than 40,000 of the company’s retail locations by the second quarter of 2014, with full expansion into the remainder of InComm’s 225,000 retail locations to follow. Max Sound also plans to expand its licensing partnership with another of its industry-leading partners, Qualcomm, to gain access to 100 OEMs. Max Sound’s HD audio technology is currently available on the Snapdragon Hexagon DSP processor, which is Qualcomm’s mobile device chip. The company also plans to further expand the availability of the MAX-D HD audio app, which is currently available on Google Play for the Android platform, and complete its design for Apple iOS and Windows platform apps. By the second quarter of 2014, Max Sound aims to have created enough traction in various business segments to forecast revenue growth for 2014-2015.
For more information about the company, visit www.MaxSound.com
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