New Samsung Galaxy Tab Packs SRS 5.1 Mobile for Larger Than Life Sound
Wednesday, November 03, 2021 8:00 AM

Related Stories

New Samsung Mobile Products Feature SRS Audio Enhancements,

Delivering Premium Entertainment and Vocal Quality

Nov. 3, 2010 (Business Wire) -- SRS Labs (NASDAQ:SRSL), the industry leader in surround sound, audio, and voice technologies, today announced the inclusion of the SRS 5.1 Mobile™ surround sound solution in Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab, allowing the newest member of the Galaxy family to deliver a remarkable multimedia experience to consumers.

The SRS 5.1 Mobile solution featured on the upcoming Galaxy Tab originally debuted in Samsung’s Galaxy S smartphones. Embedded within the music and video players of the Android™-powered Captivate™, Epic™, Fascinate™ and Vibrant™ smartphones, SRS 5.1 Mobile transforms each model into a multimedia powerhouse.

“As a market leader and an innovator, Samsung has established a reputation in the industry for great performance by packing their products with premium features and state-of-the-art components,” said Allen H. Gharapetian, Vice President of Marketing for SRS Labs. “Having SRS 5.1 Mobile embedded within Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and Galaxy S phones not only completes the multimedia experience provided by these devices, but brings greater life, realism and vocal clarity to these products.”

Features of SRS 5.1 Mobile:

  • Creates an accurate 5.1 virtual surround sound experience over any stereo headphones
  • Utilizes SRS Circle Surround® decoder to generate the highest quality surround sound - placing left, right, center, surround left and surround right speakers accurately around the listener’s head
  • SRS Dialog Clarity™ boosts the frequency range of the human voice in a way that lifts the dialog above the audio effects, so you can clearly hear every word that’s being spoken
  • Improves overall bass response of the headphones
  • SRS WOW HD™ improves the dynamic audio performance of both compressed and uncompressed audio, by expanding the size of the audio image

“Time and again, SRS has proven to Samsung that SRS sound and voice solutions are designed to deliver superior performance and allow for effortless integration within our product lines,” said David (HM) Noh, Vice President of R & D planning and partnership management from Samsung Mobile Communications. “Having SRS 5.1 Mobile embedded within Galaxy Tab and Galaxy S phones presents our demanding users with a far more realistic, theater-like entertainment experience, on devices that fit easily in their pockets.”

To commemorate SRS’ inclusion within Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and Galaxy S phones, SRS Labs launched a Facebook-exclusive sweepstakes today to give away two SRS 5.1 Mobile™ enabled Galaxy S smartphones and a Galaxy Tab as a bonus prize. The sweepstakes will run from November 3, 2021 – December 1, 2010. To enter for your chance to win, please visit Additionally, SRS is concurrently running a sweepstakes commemorating SRS’ recognition as one of America’s Greatest Brands.

For more information about SRS 5.1 Mobile, please visit

About SRS Labs, Inc.

Founded in 1993, SRS Labs is the industry leader in audio signal processing for consumer electronics. Beginning with the audio technologies originally developed at Hughes Aircraft, SRS Labs holds over 150 worldwide patents and is recognized by the industry as the foremost authority in research and application of audio post processing technologies based on the human auditory principles. Through partnerships with leading global CE companies, semiconductor manufacturers and software partners, SRS is recognized as the de facto standard in audio enhancement, surround sound, volume leveling and voice processing technologies. SRS solutions have been included in over one billion electronic products sold worldwide including flat panel HDTVs, STBs, mobile phones, portable media devices, PCs and automotive entertainment. SRS Labs supports its partners around the globe with a network of offices in regions including the U.S., China, Europe, Japan, Korea and Taiwan. For more information, visit Visit SRS Labs’ blog at, on Facebook at or on Twitter at

Except for historical information contained in this release, statements in this release, including those by Mr. Gharapetian, may constitute forward-looking statements regarding our assumptions, projections, expectations, targets, intentions or beliefs about future events that are based on management's belief, as well as assumptions made by, and information currently available to, management. While the Company believes that its expectations are based upon reasonable assumptions, there can be no assurances that the Company's goals and strategy will be realized. Numerous factors, including risks and uncertainties, may affect the Company's actual results and may cause results to differ materially from those expressed in forward-looking statements made by or on behalf of the Company. Some of these factors include the acceptance of new SRS Labs’ products and technologies, the impact of competitive products and pricing, the timely development and release of technologies by the Company, general business and economic conditions, especially in Asia, and other factors detailed in the Company's Form 10-K and other periodic reports filed with the SEC. SRS Labs specifically disclaims any obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statement whether as a result of new information, future developments or otherwise.

SRS Labs, Inc. Contact:
Michael Bingham, PR Manager
Twitter: @SRSLabs
Investor Relations Contact:
Liolios Group, Inc.
Matt Glover, 949-574-3860

(Source: Business Wire )
(Source: Quotemedia)


Symbol :


Market news:

  • TV makers to put out 3-D sets with cheaper glasses Jan 05, 2022 09:19 PM

    • LAS VEGAS - TV makers are blaming disappointing sales of 3-D TVs last year in part on the bulky glasses they came with.
    • Manufacturers don't plan to completely supplant the 3-D TVs that require the heavier, battery-powered glasses, which went on sale last year for the first time.
    • But Samsung Electronics Co. estimates 1 million 3-D sets were sold in the U.S in 2010, far short of its initial estimate of 3 million to 4 million, and the introduction of a competing technology a year later is another sign that the first 3-D TVs didn't live up to expectations.
      • Omaha student shoots principal, asst., kills self Jan 05, 2022 09:09 PM

        • OMAHA, Neb. - The son of a police detective opened fire at a Nebraska high school Wednesday, wounding the principal and assistant principal and forcing panicked students to take cover in the kitchen of the building just as they returned from holiday break.
        • Jessica Liberator, a sophomore at Millard South High School, said she was in the cafeteria when another administrator "rushed in to tell everybody to get in the back of the kitchen."
        • Butler had transferred in November from a high school in Lincoln, about 50 miles southwest of Omaha.
          • Panel: Massive oil spill could happen again Jan 05, 2022 08:03 PM

            • WASHINGTON - Decisions intended to save time and money created an unreasonable amount of risk that triggered the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history, a disaster that could happen again without significant reforms by industry and government, the presidential panel investigating the BP blowout concluded Wednesday.
            • The commission findings - the result of a probe requested by President Barack Obama after the April 20 rig explosion - described systemic problems within the offshore energy industry and government regulators who oversee it.
            • Poor decisions led to technical problems that the commission, and inquires by BP and Congress, have identified as contributing to the accident that killed 11 people and led to more than 200 million gallons of oil spewing from BP's well a mile beneath the Gulf of Mexico.
              • Man in custody following Arizona standoff Jan 05, 2022 07:59 PM

                • CHANDLER, Ariz. - An upscale shopping center in suburban Phoenix was engulfed in chaos Wednesday as a robbery suspect exchanged gunfire with authorities in a parking lot then ran inside, prompting an hours-long lockdown of the mall, authorities said.
                • Minutes after the noon-hour gunbattle, a gunman entered a nearby Baja Fresh fast food restaurant, fired several shots and held off police for nearly three hours before surrendering, Chandler police said.
                • It remained unclear whether the parking lot shootout and the standoff at the restaurant were connected, and authorities were continuing to search the Chandler Fashion Center to make sure that only one suspect was involved in both incidents, officials said.
                  • Journal: Study linking vaccine to autism was fraud Jan 05, 2022 07:53 PM

                    • LONDON - The first study to link a childhood vaccine to autism was based on doctored information about the children involved, according to a new report on the widely discredited research.
                    • The conclusions of the 1998 paper by Andrew Wakefield and colleagues was renounced by 10 of its 13 authors and later retracted by the medical journal Lancet, where it was published.
                    • Still, the suggestion the MMR shot was connected to autism spooked parents worldwide and immunization rates for measles, mumps and rubella have never fully recovered.

                      More news


    Recent Estimates

AnalystFirm NameSymbolEPS Estimate
jomariXXXXX CVG$0.30
mrbilltraderXXXXX POT$1.59
sam farahanXXXXX TECD$0.95