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Chapter 12. Digital Harmony > DIGITAL HARMONY PARTNERS


At the time of writing, the companies shown in Table 12.1 were using Digital Harmony technology in their A/V devices and participating in the certification program.

Table 12.1. Digital Harmony Partners
Company Profile
Boston Acoustics Leading manufacturer of high-performance audio systems for home theater, automotive, and computer markets.
California Audio Labs Uses technology to provide outstanding audio performance. A Sensory Science company.
Cirrus Logic/Crystal Semiconductor A premier supplier of precision linear circuits and advanced mixed-signal ICs. Cirrus Logic is designing the first Digital Harmony-compliant Node Controller integrated circuit.
DENON One of Japan's leading manufacturers of high quality audio and video devices.
Go Video A premier video recorder manufacturer. Now known as Sensory Science Corporation.
Harman International Industries Owns companies in four markets: consumer electronics, automotive, professional, and computer audio.
Harman/Kardon Uses signature audio technologies to ensure that their audio devices deliver realistic reproduction of music. A Harman International company.
Infinity A leader in multichannel audio systems for home theater. A Harman International company.
JBL Manufactures home theater and professional audio systems and speakers. Speaker systems with Digital Harmony interfaces will be available in 2000. A Harman International company.
Leviton-Telcom The largest manufacturer of home wiring products in the world, now developing Digital Harmony 1394 wiring products for the home.
Loewe Germany's premier manufacturer of audio/video devices, including the first 100 Hz digital television.
Madrigal Audio Labs Audiophile brands include Mark Levinson and Proceed. A Harman International company.
Mark Levinson Manufacturer of high-performance audio and video devices and systems. A brand of Madrigal Audio Labs.
Meridian Audio Manufactures all-digital audio/video systems. In 1998, the DVD Forum selected Meridian Lossless Packing (MLP) as the audio compression format standard for the upcoming DVD Audio format.
Monster Cable A manufacturer of audio/video cables. EnTech, a division of Monster, manufactures audio/video devices.
Onkyo A premier Japanese manufacturer of audio amplifiers, A/V receivers, CD players, MD decks, tuners, and speakers.
Panja Integrates and automates control for home and business devices and systems, including delivery of Internet information and services.
PAVO The first certified Digital Harmony third-party developer, able to provide full turnkey product design support for Digital Harmony manufacturing partners. Developer of the popular MIDItools family of devices.
Phast Acronym for Practical Home Automation Systems Technology, providing integrated solutions for home automation. A subsidiary of Panja.
Proceed Manufacturer of high performance audio/video devices and systems. A brand of Madrigal Audio Labs.
Stellar One A developer of terminals that enable network owners to deploy Internet, video, and other information services over "broadband" networks.
Sensory Science Corporation Formerly Go Video, specializing in innovative audio/video devices, including California Audio Labs audio/video devices.
White Jay International Designs entertainment and environment Systems Management Software (SMS) for residential, commercial, marine, and aerospace venues.



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