SOURCE: Audyssey


August 30, 2012 02:01 ET

Audyssey Quietype Silences Your Keyboard, Improves Telephony

New Technology Perfect for Today's Multitasking Professionals

BERLIN--(Marketwire - Aug 30, 2012) - Audyssey, a global leader in audio technology for the home, automotive, mobile and theater markets, today announced a noise-reducing technology designed specifically for keyboards. Audyssey Quietype removes the typing noise that is so prevalent during computer conference calls and makes multi-tasking easier, while minimizing the disruption to fellow participants.

"Keyboard clicking noise is one of the most difficult to remove because it has very different characteristics than other background noise," said Chris Kyriakakis, Audyssey's CTO. "Past attempts at removing it introduced too many artifacts so we had to dig deep into our research toolbox to develop a solution that preserves the quality of speech."

Audyssey Quietype is a revolutionary technology that significantly reduces noise during conference calls. By isolating specific frequencies and acoustic patterns in keystrokes, Quietype eliminates distracting noises from the conference call. Now, you can type while talking and only your voice will join the conversation.

The technology can be applied to both in-bound and out-bound communications and is an ideal addition to phone conferences, computer conferences and video chat resources like GoToMeeting® or FaceTime®.

Audyssey Quietype is currently available to telephone and computer manufacturers for integration into their products.

About Audyssey
Established in 2002, Audyssey is the industry leader in research-based audio technologies that correct acoustical problems to improve the sound quality of any device or listening environment. The company's technologies are integrated into home theater products, automobiles, TVs, mobile phones and movie theaters from industry-leading manufacturers. Audyssey also produces a line of speakers and audio docks with wireless connectivity to suit today's digital lifestyle. For more information, visit or follow us on Facebook at

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