C-Media Launches Next Generation DSP Software, Wireless Audio, VoIP and PC Peripheral Solutions at CES 2006 Las Vegas

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C-Media Electronics Inc., today launched a range of new audio solutions at the 2006 International CES show in Las Vegas, booth #53000 LV Hilton Ballroom.

C-Media Electronics Inc., today launched a range of new audio solutions at the 2006 International CES show in Las Vegas, booth #53000 LV Hilton Ballroom.

1.    C-Media Hydrogen™ Advanced DSP Driver technology for Intel* High Definition Audio, AC-97, PCI, C-Media Wi-Sonic™ and USB Audio.

2.    C-Media Wi-Sonic™ Wireless/Networked audio streaming technology

3.    C-Media Oxygen HD™ Next Generation PCI Audio Controller

4.    C-Media Nitrogen™ Series Next Generation USB audio solutions

5.    C-Media VOIP Accessory Solutions

C-Media Hydrogen™

C-Media Hydrogen™ is available for any C-Media hardware platform including CMI9880 and HDA101 Intel® High Definition Audio and all other C-Media hardware platforms.

C-Media Hydrogen™ implements a range of advanced features for PC audio including:

  • A full suite of technologies licensed from Dolby Laboratories including Dolby Headphone*, Dolby Virtual Speaker*, Dolby Pro Logic II/IIx* and Dolby Digital Live*.
  • C-Media’s own Xear3D technology package which includes

o    FlexBass : high quality CE-style bass management

o    Speaker Manager for level, delay and angle correction

o    10-band Equalizer

o    DirectSound3D and reverb for games

  • Graphical User Interfaces for

o    Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition* (10-foot)

o    Standard (2-ft) user experience.

C-Media Wi-Sonic™

Based on the mature 802.11 standard, C-Media Wi-Sonic™ is the most flexible and robust real-time wireless audio streaming technology available. C-Media Wi-Sonic™ allows ALL PC audio to be streamed to locations anywhere in the home including all DRM formats from any content vendor. C-Media Wi-Sonic™ also supports Dolby Digital Live™ for flawless digital 5.1 channel streaming over wireless networks for the first time.

C-Media Oxygen HD™

The C-Media Oxygen HD™ family of PCI controllers represent the next generation in feature set and quality for PCI Audio. Supported by C-Media Hydrogen™ DSP driver features, C-Media Oxygen HD™ solutions provide multichannel audio, high sampling rates, low latency and high bit depths for PCI sound cards and now for C-Media Wi-Sonic™ solutions as well.

C-Media Nitrogen™

C-Media Nitrogen family of USB audio solutions provide the pinnacle in integrated USB audio controller feature set and quality. Combined with C-Media Hydrogen™, these USB audio solutions offer unbeatable value and performance.

C-Media VOIP solutions

C-Media extends the range of its leading PC VOIP accessory solutions with the advent of 2 new middleware software packages.

C-Media UniPhone™ which provides connectivity to a range of voice messaging and VOIP software applications/protocols simultaneously

C-Media Skype* Middleware which provides enhanced keypad and DTMF interfacing to Skype*.

About C-Media Electronics

C-Media Electronics, Inc., is one of the world’s leading independent hardware vendors in the PC audio market. C-Media supplies solutions for PC sound cards, USB peripherals, integrated PC audio, wireless audio and voice over IP (VOIP) products. Powered by unique combinations of mixed-signal hardware and advanced DSP driver technology, C-Media solutions lead the industry in innovation and price/performance. Based in Taipei, Taiwan, C-Media is listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (code 6237.)

Please visit http://www.cmedia.com and at the International CES in Las Vegas January 5-9, 2006, Booth 53000 in the LV Hilton Ballroom.

More Information

Len Layton Senior VP, North America

Phone 1-800-465-8137

Andy Huang, Investor Relations, Taiwan

Phone +886 2 8773 1100

Note: C-Media Hydrogen, C-Media Oxygen HD, C-Media Nitrogen, C-Media UniPhone™ and C-Media Wi-Sonic are all trademarks of C-Media Electronics Inc. All Rights Reserved.

*3rd Party trademarks property of their respective owners.

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