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Hisense Announces H7 Series, Incorporates dbx-tv® Technology

Hisense H7 Series Smart TV with dbx-tv Audio Technology
Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Provides ultra-high definition and brilliant 4K picture quality at an affordable price

SUWANEE, Ga., -- Hisense announced their latest Smart TV technology – the Hisense H7 Series 4K UltraHD Smart TV at the Hisense 4K TV 300 in Charlotte.  Beginning in June, the 50" Hisense H7 Series will be available in more than 2,000 Walmart stores and on Walmart.com for the affordable price of $598.

dbx-tv, MVSILICON Partner to Deliver High-Quality Audio to Portable Speakers and TV Soundbars

MV Silicon Logo
Monday, May 11, 2015

Total Technology™ from dbx-tv integrated with MVSILICON’s Audio DSP Series

Milford, Mass. – dbx-tv® today announced the integration of its award-winning Total Technology™ audio enhancement suite with MVSILICON's DU360 Audio DSP Integrated Circuit, delivering the best possible sound to portable speakers, home audio products, and television soundbars. The combined offering delivers the highest-quality sound optimization technology on a competitive DSP platform.

dbx-tv Partners with Hisense to Produce Televisions with Superior Sound

Hisense H6 Series TV with dbx-tv
Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Hisense debuts H6 Series TVs with dbx-tv’s exceptional audio suite

CES 2015, Las Vegas – dbx-tv® today announced that it has licensed its award-winning Total Technology™ audio enhancement suite to Hisense Company Ltd., the world’s fourth largest television brand, for Hisense’s U.S. debut of its H6 Series Ultra HD televisions. With dbx-tv technology, Hisense customers in the United States can now enjoy a superior audio experience directly from their televisions, without requiring additional audio equipment.

2015 International CES

 

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Exhibit dates:
January 6th - 9th, 2015

Westgate Hotel, Hospitality Suite, #304

Geneva Labs Adopts dbx-tv Total Volume™ Loudness Control Technology

Geneva "Cinema" TV Sound System
Monday, September 29, 2014

Audio Technology Integral to Superior Performance in New TV Soundbase

THAT Corporation, a leading provider of high-quality audio technologies, today announced that it has partnered with Geneva Labs, who will feature THAT Corporation’s dbx-tv® Total Volume™ loudness control technology  in their new Model Cinema high-end TV sound system / stand.

2014 International CES

Exhibit Dates:
January 7th – 10th, 2014
Las Vegas Hilton, Hospitality Suite, #304

2013 International CES

 

CES 2013 logo

Exhibit Dates:
January 8th – 11th, 2013
Las Vegas Hilton, Hospitality Suite, #304

THAT Corporation Partners with Earthworks Audio for its dbx-tv Total Cal Microphones

Customized dbx-tv omnidirectional microphone from Earthworks
Monday, June 11, 2012

High-definition measurement microphone integral to audio calibration tool performance

THAT Corporation, a leading provider of high-quality audio technologies, today announced that it has partnered with  Earthworks® Audio to create a customized dbx-tv omnidirectional measurement microphone for its new dbx-tv® Total Cal audio calibration tool - a PC-based acoustic measurement and configuration system that simplifies and shortens the time required to configure a TV’s audio system.

Preeminent Audio Authority David Robinson Joins dbx-tv as Executive Advisor

David Robinson
Friday, April 27, 2012

New Advisory Board member to provide counsel to CEO and Board of Directors

THAT Corporation, a leading provider of high-quality audio technologies, today announced that veteran audio industry expert David Robinson has been appointed as an Executive Advisor.  In this role, Robinson will provide advice and non-binding recommendations to dbx-tv’s executive management team regarding the design and development of TV audio software enhancement solutions, based on his extensive experience and expertise in pro audio.

Getting the silent treatment from your TV? You don’t have to take it anymore

March, 2012

by Les Tyler, dbx-tv, Published in ECN magazine

Today's flat-panel TV sets have bright, detailed pictures. But, sadly, unless you've hooked it up to an external sound system (a sound bar at the very least), you're probably listening to awful audio.

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