Misek, Marla
April 1998
EMedia Professional;Apr98, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p24
Academic Journal
Reports on Diamond Multimedia Systems Inc.'s addition of models M80 and MX200 in its Monster Sound 3D audio accelerator line and on Pacific Microsonics Inc.'s partnership with Motorola Inc. to include its HDCD Process technology in Motorola audio DSP chip.


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