Delivering a truly complete mobile entertainment experience means smartphone sound quality must be on par with the brilliance of today’s smartphone video. The good news is technologies exist today that level the playing field between video and audio quality and enable smartphones to become fully realized entertainment platforms. Waves, renowned as a pioneer in audio technologies for consumer electronics, is leading the way to provide phone makers and their customers with the most complete and compelling mobile entertainment experience.
The New Motorola Edge
Recognizing that consumers are seeking a portable home theater experience from their phones, Motorola Mobility is taking a giant leap to bring mobile sound to the next level in the new motorola edge premium smartphones. The motorola edge+ pairs the most powerful stereo speakers* ever designed into a smartphone with the Waves MaxxAudio® Mobile suite of advanced algorithms and studio-quality tuning technology to deliver a best-in-class experience that is impactful, balanced, and immersive.
On the edge+, the Waves MaxxBass® virtual subwoofer extends bass response beyond the physical capabilities of the hardware and treble is boosted with augmented high frequencies to reveal crisp sonic detail. In landscape mode, the edge+ casts a broad soundstage with Waves sonic imaging that’s clear and full, even at lower volumes. MaxxAudio® Mobile drives clear and intelligible dialog in videos while smoothing peaks and valleys between loud and soft so you can enjoy the sized-up speakers, hands-free. Beyond the technology, the edge+ is precision tuned by Waves award-winning master engineers to achieve sound quality that fills your personal listening space with immersive high-fidelity. Both the edge and edge+ come pre-tuned with settings for music, videos, games, and voice that intelligently auto-load.
With Waves technology integrated into the motorola edge+, consumers get what they’re wishing for: a portable viewing experience unlike no other where video and audio quality are equally excellent.*Based on internal testing of output and loudness, measured by decibel sound pressure levels against premium tier smartphones above $900, as of January 2020