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release: first-ever Ai for audio solution to debut at ces 2018 under new linkplay-bambu partnership

Silicon Valley, CA, December 14, 2017 -- The world’s first-ever Ai-for-audio technology will be formally debuted at CES 2018 in January as part of a new strategic partnership between Linkplay Technology and Bambu Tech, creating a potent differentiating solution for smart-device makers across a wide array of industry verticals, according to a joint announcement from both companies.


feature video: why car audio is so lousy -- and how awsm ai audio can make it better

One of the major new trends in car audio is to use predictive AI technology that listens ahead of the source and makes an educated guess as to what's missing, putting it back just before the signal goes to the amp and speakers. Startup Bambu and behemoth Harman are among those using this technique to overcome fried ear syndrome, or so says this video feature that appeared on CNET.com's RoadShow car reviews rundown.


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Blog Post: Magic! Audio Company Figures Out How to Restore Full Fidelity to MP3s

Alan Cross, an internationally known music industry broadcaster, interviewer, writer, consultant, blogger and speaker, had this to say: "...there seems to be a growing desire [among consumers] for better-sounding audio... This brings me to Bambu Tech, a California company that's come up with a to restore compressed music... I've heard the demos and the results are nothing short of astounding. Truly, truly amazing."