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DTS:X Integrated in the G7ThinQ

Discussion in 'Mobile Phones / Entertainment' started by Ronald Epstein, May 3, 2018.

  1. Ronald Epstein

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    Exclusive DTS:X Audio Solution Integrated

    In the G7ThinQ, LG Electronics’ Newest Mobile Phone



    DTS:X technology delivers a dynamic immersive audio experience in the LG G7ThinQ


    CALABASAS, Calif. (May 3, 2018)Xperi Corporation (Nasdaq: XPER) (“Xperi” or “the Company”), is pleased to announce a partnership with LG Electronics to integrate an exclusive version of DTS:X® immersive audio technology and a multi-channel codec featuring a suite of advanced solutions into LG’s latest mobile phone, the G7ThinQ, to deliver a premium entertainment experience.


    DTS:X technology for mobile devices delivers enhanced audio from the device’s built-in speaker as well as headphones and ear buds, allowing users to enjoy their content anywhere they are.


    The LG G7ThinQ features the latest DTS:X audio enhancement technologies optimized for the innovative G7ThinQ design, delivering an ultimate mobile audio experience for playback of movies, games and music.


    “We developed this DTS:X solution exclusively for LG mobile phones based on our long-term partnership with LG Electronics to deliver unparalleled immersive sound for their consumers,” said Jea Yoo, president of Xperi Korea. “This partnership with LG Electronics will take the mobile entertainment experience to a whole new level.”


    The LG G7ThinQ will be available in South Korea in May followed by in the US in early June with additional rollouts following in regions around the world.


    For more information about DTS, please visit www.dts.com or connect with DTS on Facebook, Twitter (@DTS) and Instagram (@DTS).


    About Xperi Corporation

    Xperi Corporation (Nasdaq: XPER) and its brands, DTS, FotoNation, HD Radio, Invensas and Tessera, are dedicated to creating innovative technology solutions that enable extraordinary experiences for people around the world. Xperi’s solutions are licensed by hundreds of leading global partners and have shipped in billions of products in areas including premium audio, automotive, broadcast, computational imaging, computer vision, mobile computing and communications, memory, data storage, and 3D semiconductor interconnect and packaging. For more information, please call 408-321-6000 or visit www.xperi.com.


    DTS, Xperi and their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of affiliated companies of Xperi Corporation in the United States and other countries. All other company, brand and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.



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  2. Scott Merryfield

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    I just upgraded to the LG G8 Thinq, as the Sprint lease was coming due on my Samsung Galaxy S8. My goal was to keep my monthly lease payment the same, and Sprint was offering a 50% monthly discount on the LG that met my goal (the Galaxy S9 and S10e were both more).

    While there are a few things I don't like as well with the LG, I will say the audio via my wired Etymotic earbuds is drastically improved on the LG over my old Samsung. Audio quality for music on a smartphone wasn't a big deal to me until I accidentally ran my iPod Nano through the washing machine a year ago. Since Apple doesn't make the Nano anymore (and used prices are ridiculous), I started using my phone instead for music while traveling. The audio quality of the Samsung was very disappointing in comparison to the iPods I have owned. The LG, though, is probably the best sounding portable music player I have ever owned.

    I was impressed enough with the audio to copy most of my personal digital music library to a 128GB microSD card that I installed in the phone, so I now can carry my entire collection with me wherever I go.
     

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