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Audiooptics: The Next Technology
Audiooptics is a newly emerging technology which integrates the principles of audio engineering and optical techniques to effect improvements in existing methods of reproducing sound and transmitting audio signals. Audiooptics produces quantum improvements in the performance of audio systems used in broadcasting, recording, and music industries by taking advantage of the attributes of fiber-optic sensor, communications, and optical processing techniques to eliminate induced noise and hum, cable attenuation, frequency response constraints, nonlinearity, and electrocution hazards.
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