Dusun Electron Announces Bluetooth Audio Module for Wireless Speakers and Voice Assistants

Dusun Electron launched it Bluetooth audio module, DSI-0095, based on Qualcomm's aptX Low-Latency audio technology, for wireless speakers and artificial intelligence-based voice assistants to deliver the highest audible sound quality over Bluetooth connectivity.

With the DSI-0095 module, audio data can be preserved with less than 40ms transmission latency, resulting in a voice assistance product that can be used as a hands-free control device to interact with visual media devices, home appliances, or car equipment by voice.

"Dusun is pleased to collaborate with Qualcomm to integrate its CSR8670 Bluetooth audioSoC solution with aptX Low Latency audio technology, which has been used by many leading consumer electronics companies to achieve high-quality, low-latency audio transmission over Bluetooth," said Benny Chan, CEO of Dusun, in a statement.

The DSI-0095 module has enabled Skyworth's latest Wallpaper TV to output high-fidelity (Hi-Fi) audio on the Bluetooth handset and to play back music on TV from the mobile phone or other audio equipment. In addition, this module has enabled Skyworth's artificial intelligent voice assistant to precisely deliver voice commands wirelessly to connect with local business and services offered by TV.

"Artificial intelligence is the development trend of the TV industry for voice assistance; it is as a new way to interact with TV without needing a remote control, the high audio performance of Dusun's Bluetooth audio module is the cornerstone of its implementation", said Li Zijian, peripheral product manager at Skyworth, in a statement.

"I am excited to offer our latest Bluetooth audio module to enable Skyworth with time-to-market advantage and cost competitiveness to deliver its TV and artificial intelligence-based voice assistant products predicated on superior audio performance and design experience," Chan said.

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