The new Audi TT features more innovative sound system for fascinating audio experience.
The new Audi TT have included with innovative hi-fi arena, the Bang & Olufsen sound system with 12 speakers with Symphoria software is used in the top-of-the-line version of the new Audi TT.
With this characteristic audio system enhanced in Audi TT. In collaboration Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits in Erlangen is the developer of Symphoria software. The Symphoria work for the post-processing and rendering of audio signals. In first step, the program separates the individual sound components within the audio signal with the help of a semantic analysis process. It then distributes the separated audio objects inside the interior of the car. The sound image becomes wider and deeper, conveying an entirely new spatial impression. Each passenger enjoys a top-quality, extremely precise audio experience.
Symphoria software is developed by Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits in Erlangen. The Symphoria work for the post-processing and rendering of audio signals.
Since Audi TT launched, it benchmarks for automotive sound systems.
- In 2005, the Bang & Olufsen sound system premiered in Audi A8.
- In 2012, premium sound from the Danish hi‑fi specialists found its into way to the compact class in the third-generation Audi A3.
- In Early 2013, with Symphoria, the brand with the four rings is now taking a large step in the direction of 3D sound, a technology that Audi first presented at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. 3D sound enables the listener to also experience the spatial height as a third dimension – the next development step on the way to the audio experience of the future.