DTS Powers New Acer Liquid E1 and Liquid Z2 Smartphones

  • February 25, 2013


DTS Powers New Acer Liquid E1 and Liquid Z2 Smartphones –  DTS Sound improves the sound quality of Acer’s new smartphones, providing crystal-clear, high-definition audio went listening to your media.

In a press release DTS, Inc. has announced that they are partnering with Acer to improve the sound quality of their Liquid E1 and Liquid Z2 smartphones.

According to the press release:

[quote] DTS, Inc. a leader in high-definition audio solutions and audio enhancement technologies, today announced that its DTS Sound audio processing technology has been integrated into the latest Liquid smartphones from Acer. DTS Sound delivers an immersive surround sound experience and improved sound quality with breathtaking clarity and booming bass. The capabilities of Liquid E1 and Liquid Z2 will be demonstrated at Mobile World Congress 2013 at the DTS stand (Hall 5, Stand 5D40) and also at the Acer stand (Hall 3, Stand 3C154).[/quote]

DTS Sound

“By partnering with Acer, DTS continues to demonstrate its worldwide leadership in mobile audio technology enhancement solutions,” said Geir Skaaden, senior vice president of products and platforms at DTS. “This latest collaboration is a testament to DTS’ ability to make mobile devices sound their very best and further solidifies DTS as the trusted audio source in the smartphone market.”

The DTS Sound improves the sound quality of Acer’s new smartphones, providing crystal-clear, high-definition audio went listening to your media. “The embedded audio solution also creates a surround sound effect that delivers depth and dimensionality, enhancing the overall entertainment experience of all content types on these devices,” according to the report.

“Audio performance is an essential part of our new smartphone designs,” said S.T. Liew, president of Smartphone Business Group at Acer. “With our long term partner, DTS, the latest integration provides consumers with dramatically more powerful and richer sound for an enhanced mobile audio experience.”

Source: BusinessWire 

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