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Harman Pro Licenses Oxford Digital Filter Technology For Pro Audio Applications
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Harman Professional has announced a comprehensive technology licensing agreement with Oxford Digital Limited, granting the rights to use Oxford Digital’s proprietary filter technologies in AKG, BSS, Crown, dbx, JBL, Lexicon, Soundcraft, and Studer professional audio products.

“Internationally recognized as a DSP technology leader and innovation powerhouse, Oxford Digital brings many unique filter and EQ feature sets which will augment the capabilities of products across our portfolio. The user interfaces they have developed for these complex processing algorithms are remarkably intuitive to use,” notes Mark Ureda, vice president, strategy and technology for Harman Pro. “We are very pleased to be working with Oxford Digital to provide our customers with new filter and EQ options for the installation, broadcast, cinema and tour sound markets.”

John Richards, CEO of Oxford Digital Limited, adds, “We are delighted to enter into this agreement with Harman and look forward to working with their team as we help them integrate these technologies across their professional audio product platforms.”

“Harman’s determination to provide audio professionals with professional-grade tools that couple excellent sound and improved productivity drives us to partner with category leaders like Oxford Digital. We are pleased and proud to announce this exclusive licensing agreement in the professional audio marketplace,” Ureda concludes.

Oxford Digital Limited spun out of Sony Corporation’s Pro Audio Lab, Oxford in 2006 as a technology company, specializing in digital audio signal processing for the mobile and consumer equipment sectors including a complete end-to-end solution for audio processing for semiconductor manufacturers.

Recent awards include the British Engineering Excellence Award for Product of the Year and the National Microelectronics Institute Award for Innovation.

Oxford Digital Limited
Harman Professional


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