The Problem: Increased Costs, Decreased Margins, Commoditization
Until now, "better" audio meant producing it at a penalty. For device makers, "better" audio has meant more expensive components — microphones, speakers, processors, even batteries. And it's only getting worse. Consumers continually expect more for less. Competing products from every corner of the globe assert unrelenting price pressure as they figure out how to do it cheaper.
It's Now Possible to Reduce Costs, Increase Margins — and Deliver Better Quality
AWSM delivers more sound — as it was intended to be heard. More perceptible sound means a user can hear more at less volume. Less volume means that speakers and processors have to do less work. When they do less work, they don't consume as much processing and battery power. AWSM enables manufacturers to use less expensive speakers, microphones, and amplifies.
But AWSM also allows you to make more money
AWSM is a differentiator. It allows you to offer one more thing to separate your product or service from another.
It can help you attract new customers and get existing ones to buy again.
And, yes, while it saves money, it can help you make more money, too. How? It opens the door to higher priced features and premiums.
AWSM has been engineered to work with any standard, device, or operating system.
AWSM can be configured to provide "your sound" to your specifications.
AWSM doesn't treat a soundwave as a single block. Instead, it processes the components of soundwaves individually--in real time.
Device manufacturers can no longer afford to NOT have AWSM.
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