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Sizen iM10 Upgrades Stereo Audio

A bit bigger than a matchbox the iM10 from Sizen upscales stereo output to 5.1 channel sound. A nifty little gadget suitable for portable game consoles, mobile phones and MP3 players.The 5.1 channel sound is created from the stereo sound using 'ATX' a bass and treble reinforcement technology combined with DBEX technology which balances the sound. The iM10 has three modes off which delivers the sound in normal stereo, music and movie. The unit measures 66.5?52.5?8.1mm and weighs 25 grams with battery. It will be available in six colors in Japan for 9480 Yen ($ 90).




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This will definitely make your portable entertainment experience more pleasant, regardless of whether you're playing games or listening to your favorite tunes, although it won't really help since most of the source audio for (portable) games are recorded in stereo
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