2015CES - High Resolution Technologies to Introduce Its nano series dSp and i-dSp, for Improved Sound from Mobile Devices

CES 2015 in Las Vegas, January 6 - 9

High Resolution Technologies (HRT) cordially invites you to elevate your mobile listening experience with the debut of its nano series dSp and i-dSp digital Sound processors at CES 2015 in Las Vegas, January 6 - 9.


The dSp and i-dSp are two accessories that provide significantly improved headphone sound quality for smartphones, tablets, portable devices, notebooks and other computing platforms.

The HRT dSp (SRP: $69.99) works with Android, OS X, Windows and other devices and the i-dSp (SRP: $69.99) works with Lightning connector-equipped Apple iOS products including the iPhone 5 and 6, iPod touch and current iPad models.

Both ultra-compact, simple to use models incorporate proprietary digital Sound processing and a high-performance headphone amplifier. They're designed for those who use their phones, tablets, laptops and other portable devices as their primary listening and viewing platforms and who seek the best-possible headphone experience for music, video and gaming.

No matter what kind of headphones you like, now you'll be able to hear them at their best.

WHERE: The High Resolution Technologies dSp and i-dSp will be demonstrated during CES 2015 at The Venetian, Suite 29-140.

WHEN: Please visit during show hours: Tuesday, January 6 - Friday, January 9. You may also schedule an appointment to visit the room.

WHO: Mike Hobson, Chief Executive Officer, Kevin Halverson, Chief Technology Officer, and other key people will be on hand to give you all the news about the new dSp and i-dSp.

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