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 SRS TruSpeed Allows Users To Change Speed of Recorded Content While Maintaining Original Pitch and Tone
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Message Text: SRS Labs has announced SRS TruSpeed, a new audio solution for smartphones, media tablets, PCs, digital voice recorders, and voicemail services, which allows users to control the playback speed and vocal intelligibility of recorded content while maintaining the original pitch and tone.

"When listening to voice mail messages or other recorded content such as college lectures, people frequently complain that words are spoken far too fast to comprehend or write down and, often times, find themselves having to rewind and playback the content multiple times in order to get the information they need," said Allen H. Gharapetian, Senior Vice President of Marketing for SRS Labs. "SRS TruSpeed is the answer to this very common complaint, allowing our manufacturing partners to add the valuable benefit of controlling the playback speed of recorded content on virtually any device that is capable of audio playback, giving consumers the ultimate control over their recorded audio content."

SRS TruSpeed can vary the speed of playback for recorded content from one-half to as much as two times the original speed. By slowing down the recorded content while maintaining the original pitch and tone, users can better hear individual words, numbers and details, resulting in better interpretation and intelligibility of recorded content. Designed primarily for use in mobile devices such as smartphones, media tablets, PCs, and digital voice recorders, SRS TruSpeed is beneficial for several everyday activities including playback of recorded conversations, meetings and voicemail messages, as well as for more complex tasks, like foreign language learning, or video post-synchronization of dialog in movies and commercials.
 
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