Panasonic Chooses Texas Instruments' DSP to Enable Digital Audio in its New DVD Player

1/8/2002 - The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) continues to be the tradeshow to unveil the latest and greatest consumer electronics products, and this year is no exception. Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) will showcase the Panasonic DVD player (DVD-RV32) at its semiconductor booth (#13737) this week at CES in Las Vegas. The new DVD player supports Windows Media Audio (WMA) file playback, which is enabled by TI's power-efficient digital signal processor (DSP). Leveraging its success in the Internet audio industry, TI is expanding its reach into the spinning disk market by adding compressed audio functionality to DVD products.

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