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Audio Precision works to convince manufacturers that sound quality is important By David Dritsas This month, at the 114th Audio Engineering Society (AES) Convention in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, an engineering paper is being co-presented by a company that, to the average person, may seem unlikely in such a locale — Microsoft. But to its co-authors, a company named Audio Precision, it's no surprise at all; just another example of changing times and a diversifying marketplace for audio. This company just wants to make sure people are thinking about quality, too. A common customer query when trying out an audio product is: How does it

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