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Dr. Dre + HP Aim To Improve Digital Sound Quality

August 14, 2009

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In a recent interview, Jimmy Iovine discussed ambitious plans to increase the quality of digital sound for more discerning listeners.  By forming a strategic alliance, which so far includes producer Dr. Dre. and computer manufacturer Hewlett-Packard, all parties hope to address the needs of audiophiles by not only improving the quality of digital sound files, but also the hardware that is used to create and listen to music.

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TONY TRAXX August 15, 2009 at 1:28 am

just another way for them to make money. everybody’s gonna buy it cause its dre .

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meezy August 15, 2009 at 3:18 am

44.1khz 16bit wav files sound pretty good to me already. But hey, Im all for it if they wanna reinvent the wheel…
i hope whatever they do make is better than those dre headphones…

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lkx360 August 20, 2009 at 9:12 pm

DRE IS DOIN OTHER SHIT…OTHER THAT PUTTIN THIS “DETOX ALBUM” …..WTF??….HAS HE TURNED INTO A WACK AZZ PRODUCER?

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