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Mozaex, a manufacturer of multi-room Blu-ray entertainment servers and peripherals, has launched BluWavs, a revolutionary, patent pending series of 7.1 HD Audio headphones.
BluWavs includes a BluWav "Blender" Audio Console and PLUSH technology (Personally Leveled Ultimate Surround Headphones), which allows users to fine-tune the volume and EQ of 10 discrete speakers to meet their personal surround sound listening preferences, according to Mozaex CEO Douglas Kihm.
For example, the volume levels of the 10 discrete speakers and the EQ levels of the front speakers can be adjusted to create a warmer, deeper bass sound, or adjust the center and rear levels for louder movie dialogue and greater spatial effects.
BluWavs are designed to dramatically enhance the user experience when playing movies, music, games, and online surround sound media, such as NetFlix and iTunes, says Kihm.
He adds that BluWavs HD Audio delivers bit rates up to 27 Mbps (or 18 times the quality of standard definition formats). BluWavs include a vibration subwoofer driver that has its own dedicated bass-booster amplifier and crossover.
BluWavs can support LPCM, DTS-HD Master and Dolby TrueHD HD Audio via either Multi-Channel pre-amp outputs or HDMI, depending on the model.
The A10/AE10 works with your existing pre-amp-out receiver. The D10 allows you to add your own dedicated BluWavs pre-amp-out receiver and supports four HDMI sources. The DR10 is a D10 plus a pre-amp receiver. For more info, including pricing, go to www.mozaex.com .