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HP taps Santa Ana-based SRS Labs

The firm's Premium Sound technology is used in the notebook PC manufacturer's EliteBook p-series, ProBook b-Series products.

By Lauren ScholzPublished: March 17, 2011 02:45 PM

Santa Ana-based SRS Labs' Premium Sound audio technology is now being used in HP's business-oriented EliteBook p-series and Probook b-series notebook computers.

“HP’s EliteBook and ProBook lines of notebook PCs are among the most popular for business professionals, and we are excited that HP has decided to equip these notebook PCs with our Premium Sound suite,” said Allen Gharapetian, vice president of marketing for SRS Labs.

SRS Labs develops audio signal processing for TVs, computers, mobile phones and automotive entertainment systems. Its Premium Sound suite enhances the audio experience in business applications such as VolP, computer-based training, business presentations and digital content creation, according to the company. The technology produces immersive surround sound with deep bass and clear dialogue, and it reproduces media content with clarity and depth.

“Today’s business professionals are using their notebook PCs for Skype calls, video conferences and webinars, as well as for watching movies or listening to music in an airport or on a flight," said Gharapetian. "SRS Premium Sound is the ideal fit as it delivers clear and crisp voice communications, provides a great movie experience, and brings life and fidelity to compressed music files.”

HP's EliteBook p-series and ProBook b-series lines of notebook PCs are available online and from select retailers.

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