Fresh from a $750,000 funding round, Dysonics has big plans to “revolutionize” the way we experience sound today. Dysonics’ patented technology is apparently based on 15 years of audio research by a team led by University of California, Davis Emeritus Professor Ralph Algazi Ph.D., scientist Richard O. Duda Ph.D. and Chief Technology Officer, Robert Dalton Jr. One of the first products of their work is Rondo, an iOS app developed at the University of California, Davis technology incubator, known as the Engineering Translational Technology Center (ETTC). Rondo proclaims to “upgrade the audio experience” available on headphones, making it comparable to listening to audio on high-quality loudspeakers – so you’ll get more depth, subtlety, and variety, as though you were listening to the audio in, say, a large auditorium or recording studio.
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