New Chip Provides High-End Sound

Dec 05, 2006

(AP) -- Veteran audio engineer Tony Bongiovi, who once worked with Jimi Hendrix, has been disappointed for decades that the equipment most people used to listen to music couldn't replicate the high-quality sound heard in the studio.



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