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QSound Labs  Profile

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QSound Labs  Company Overview

QSound Labs, Inc. was founded in 1988, and has become a prominent supplier of 3D audio solutions for the Internet, PC/Multimedia, Consumer Electronics and Mobile Device marketplaces. Its comprehensive portfolio of analog and digital audio solutions, are not only recognized for their quality and reliability, but for their broad and loyal distribution channels, enviable partnerships and solid brand recognition.

QSound Labs  Products

The types of products manufactured by QSound Labs include Internet, PC/Multimedia, Consumer Electronics and Mobile Devices

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