True wireless earbuds require two independent Bluetooth buds, a smart case and multiple sensors to connect and communicate effectively. Our engineer explains how an extensible two-domain state manager solves many of the Bluetooth product design challenges.
As an audio product design company, Cardinal Peak is dedicated to helping brands bring their new audio products to market quickly. From pro audio applications with the highest levels of fidelity and lowest latency to consumer AV product design, we do it all. Cardinal Peak’s deep experience with Audinate’s Dante, AES 67, and A2B speeds the development for applications with the most demanding use cases, such as conferencing and live performance. In the streaming audio space, Cardinal Peak manages HDCP and DRM along with user accounts, content management, cloud cost optimizations and playlist recommendation engines.
Today’s consumer audio space continues to expand the ways that end users can access audio content from ANC headphones and truly wireless earbuds through smart speakers and car audio systems. While form factors are proliferating, we see commonalities in our customer’s needs, such as wireless operation, wireless synchronization, the addition of voice assistants, and customized tuning capability. We have successfully supported dozens of consumer AV product designs, including voice assistants, all wireless standards, and active noise control (ANC), along with a wide variety of differentiating end-user features.
Our Audio Product Design Experience
As one of the top audio signal processing firms, Cardinal Peak supports innovative audio product designs including the projects below. If you’re looking for audio processing firms to partner with, contact us for innovative audio processing engineering.
As a talented musician himself, iZotope CEO, Mark Ethier saw a need for a professional recording system where technology didn’t get in the way of a creative moment.
When LucidSound needed support on a high-quality surround sound gaming headset for Xbox One, they turned to Cardinal Peak.