Mitsubishi, working with NJRC
, has used its leading-edge CMOS process technology for audio to give OEMs a single-chip Dolby Pro Logic Surround solution for their consumer electronic devices.
A wide range of analog and digital implementation options for CS and CS II are available from the SRS Labs' family of platform partners including AKM, Analog Devices, ASP Microelectronics, Cirrus Logic, Marantz, Motorola, NJRC
and STMicroelectronics, Sony, Texas Instruments, and Theta Digital.
For TV manufacturers, SRS Labs has the broadest chip platform coverage of its technology solutions with both analog and digital chip solutions available from leading semiconductor suppliers, such as: AKM, Analog Devices, LG Electronics, Micronas, NJRC
, Philips, ST Microelectronics, Toshiba, ASP Microelectronics, and Renasas (formerly Mitsubishi Electric).
Through its chip platform strategy, SRS Labs' audio technologies have become broadly available in both analog and digital implementations from various chip partners including: AKM, Analog Devices, LG Electronics, Micronas, NJRC
, Philips, ST Microelectronics, Toshiba, ASP Microelectronics, and Renesas (formerly Mitsubishi Electric).
Implementations: Analog and digital implementations of the technology are available now from SRS platform partners: ST Microelectronics, NJRC
, Cirrus Logic, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, AKM Semiconductor, Broadcom and Zoran.
TruSurround has been licensed by many of the world's leading consumer electronics manufacturers including: Hughes, Funai, Marantz, Mitsubishi, Philips, Sony, Thomson, Toshiba and is available through leading semiconductor company partners including AKM, Broadcom, Cirrus Logic, STMicroelectronics, Mitsubishi, Motorola, NJRC
, and Toshiba.
WOW for Small Speakers is available and can be licensed by product manufacturers directly from SRS Labs and selected chip partners including NJRC