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Harman Licenses Oxford EQ for Professional Applications

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Harman has licensed Oxford EQ and filter technologies for professional applications.

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John Richards, CEO of Oxford with Mark Ureda of Harman.

Oxford Digital Limited, previously affiliated with Sony, spun off and developed its own intellectual property.

Mark Ureda, vice president of strategy and technology for Harman's Pro Division, said: "Oxford has developed compelling and powerful visual filters. Our plan is to obtain the exclusive rights to embed and leverage their digital filter technology for pro audio across our entire portfolio. This is an exciting opportunity for us and we'll be using it in installed sound, touring sound, potentially cinema, and recording and broadcast, and it will allow a more uniform, sophisticated signal processing."

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