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Yamaha LSI  Profile

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Yamaha LSI  Company Overview

Yamaha's LSI technology began with the planning and production of an IC chip for one of its major products, the electric organ (Yamaha Electone). Today, Yamaha offers cutting-edge technology products to enhance audio, graphics, and communications performance. Typical applications are digital audio ICs for compact disc players, high-performance graphic processing ICs for graphic terminals, and DSP technology for telecommunications.

Yamaha LSI  Products

The types of products manufactured by Yamaha LSI include Surround Processor ICs, Karaoke System ICs, Digital Amplifiers, Digital Audio Interface LSIs, Cell Melody ICs, ISDN S/T ICs, ISDN Driver/Receiver ICs, Sound Synthesizers For Automobiles, Pattern Graphics VDPs, and Bitmapped Graphics VDPs.

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