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Conexant releases next-gen audio codec to improve tablets, phones

Conexant pushes out a new audio codec improving speech and increasing volume for your laptop, ultrabook, tablet or smartphone.

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Chris Smith
Published Thu, Jun 4 2015 1:39 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Jun 16 2020 4:29 PM CDT

Computex 2015 - A little different from the hardware news of late, Conexant Systems, Inc. has just released its ultra-low power, high-performance HD Audio CODEC called the CX8200.

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Set to improve your mobile experience in products ranging from notebooks, ultrabooks and tablets, this release "intelligently drives speakers to optimize sound pressure level (SPL) while providing best-in-class speaker protection and eliminating background noise" as pointed out in a recent press release.

It's main feature isn't music, but to remove any background noise when listening to voice over your speakers alongside a louder overall multimedia experience and Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) for voice dictation and virtual assistants like Microsoft's Cortana.

Provided in a single-chip solution, this new technology is designed to be used with any integrated speaker platform.

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