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Toshiba Improves Laptop Sound Quality by Enlisting Waves MaxxAudio

Typically, when you grab yourself a hot new laptop, even if it comes with SLI graphics and all sorts of fancy doo-dahs, the sound quality coming out of those tiny speakers can be rather disappointing. Toshiba wants to change that misconception.

The laptop maker has brought the Waves company under their umbrella to help them improve the aural experience of their notebooks. One of the music industry’s best respected manufacturers of audio processing technology, Waves is going to bring its MaxxAudio signal processing technology to a pair of Toshiba laptops. More specifically, your ears may soon appreciate the Qosmio G40 and F40 just a little more.

The downside is that this audio improvement is only heading to the Japan-bound notebooks. No American love for the time being.

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