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[January 23, 2013]

CES 2013 Showcases Acoustic Technologies SoundClear® Software Across Hottest Product Categories

PHOENIX --(Business Wire)--

Acoustic Technologies (News - Alert), Inc., a leading provider of high quality voice processing software, today announced that its SoundClear Voice™ software is currently shipping in over 100 consumer electronics products and was showcased in multiple high growth product categories in over 40 products on display at the 2013 International CES (News - Alert). From smartphones to Bluetooth speakers, Bluetooth for business, and Bluetooth for automotive, SoundClear voice helps leading suppliers deliver high quality voice solutions utilizing cutting-edge noise reduction, echo cancellation, and voice quality enhancement technology.

"At CES numerous Tier 1 vendors were displaying SoundClear enabled products including several recognized by the prestigious CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards committee," said Bob Ackmann, CEO of Acoustic Technologies. "It is excitng to be part of the growing markets for smartphones and for Bluetooth speaker, automotive, and business products."

SoundClear software offers fully integrated 1-mic and 2-mic noise cancellation and echo cancellation along with voice quality enhancement. Acoustic Technologies brings innovative voice technologies such as ambient aware processing for Rx and Tx channels, FlexEQ, and wideband audio for smartphones and accessories utilizing HD voice. SoundClear is supported on the Tensilica (News - Alert) HiFi family, CSR BC5-MM and 8670, TI DSPs, and the ARM family of processors.

ABOUT ACOUSTIC TECHNOLOGIES

Acoustic Technologies creates high quality voice processing software for leading consumer electronics companies. The SoundClear brand of patented full-duplex communication, echo cancellation, noise reduction, and speech enhancement solutions is enabling significant advancements in mobile and VoIP calling and is proven in over 50 million products around the globe. SoundClear provides natural, clear audio for smartphones, tablets, and laptops as well as for Bluetooth headsets, speakerboxes, car radios, GPS navigation devices, and hands-free kits. Visit www.acoustictech.com for additional information.

SoundClear is a registered trademark of Acoustic Technologies Inc. All other service marks and trademarks are the property of their respective owners.


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