DSP Concepts and Analog Devices are collaborating on a solution for the rapid design of in-vehicle audio entertainment systems

SANTA CLARA, CA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–DSP Concepts, Inc., the leader in embedded audio technology and creator of the Audio Weaver development platform, today announced that it is collaborating with Analog Devices, Inc. on a solution for automotive OEMs that addresses this , speed up design cycles and reduce cost of implementing audio systems in vehicles. The new ADI LISTN™ EZ-AUDIO system leverages ADI SHARC+ DSP hardware and DSP Concepts’ newly optimized Audio Weaver development platform to help OEMs accelerate time to market with versatile, differentiated audio entertainment systems.

The solution includes a complete out-of-the-box signal flow with features that simplify audio system customization, tuning and deployment. OEMs can integrate a fully functional and pre-configured audio layout with essential user controls and features optimized for vehicle cabin applications, including stereo audio output for systems with up to 12 channels and advanced EQ and control capabilities.

Analog Devices’ ADI LISTN EZ-AUDIO system includes DSP Concepts’ AWE Tune™, a full-featured car audio tuning system that works alongside the Audio Weaver development platform. Together, both solutions help accelerate automotive audio development, enable product team collaboration, and simplify audio innovation. With an intuitive graphical user interface, AWE Tune makes audio system customization and iteration easy with the ability to manage the entire Audio Weaver signal flow, tune multiple channels simultaneously, create and duplicate presets, lock presets that are already defined, and more.

“Analog Devices and DSP Concepts offer players in the automotive audio market the strengths of the SHARC® audio processor, including the integration of a sophisticated audio flow algorithm and an easy-to-use custom tuning tool that works with Audio Weaver,” said Andrew Lanfear, senior director of automotive audio processing at Analog Devices. “The ADI LISTN EZ-AUDIO system is designed to help automotive audio engineers get to market faster without sacrificing audio quality.”

“Analog Devices and DSP Concepts each bring a long legacy of audio technology expertise to the automotive space, and Analog Devices’ ADI LISTN EZ-AUDIO system with DSP Concepts Audio Weaver makes it easy for automotive OEMs to quickly and effectively implement our combined innovation benefit,” said Steve Ernst, Head of Automotive Business Development at DSP Concepts. “This solution is designed to support automotive audio designers every step of the way, from prototype to production, accelerating audio feature development and minimizing workflow complexity and cost.”

For more information on the ADI LISTN EZ-AUDIO solution with Audio Weaver, visit http://www.analog.com/EV-21562-AUTO.

About DSP Concepts, Inc.

DSP Concepts is the world leader in embedded audio technology and creator of Audio Weaver, the audio development platform that makes audio innovation easy. DSP Concepts equips and supports engineers with real-time workflows to quickly prototype, collaborate and modify designs across teams, and deploy on the most popular chipsets from leading semiconductor companies such as Analog Devices, MediaTek, NXP Semiconductors, Qualcomm, STMicroelectronics and Cadence Design Systems, poor and others. Embedded in millions of automotive and consumer products, DSP Concepts’ technologies deliver remarkable audio experience solutions for renowned brands such as Bang & Olufsen, BMW, Braun, Facebook, Garmin, GoPro, LG, Mercedes Benz, Panasonic, Peloton, Porsche, Samsung and Sennheiser , Spotify, Tesla and many more.

“Audio Weaver” is a trademark of DSP Concepts, Inc., registered in the United States. DSP Concepts is a trademark of DSP Concepts, Inc. AWE Tune is a trademark of DSP Concepts, Inc. Trade names, trademarks, and service marks of other companies appearing in this press release belong to their respective owners.

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