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THX Ltd. Hits A High Note With THX Onyx™

THX Ltd. is known for many things. Who, for instance, isn’t familiar with the iconic THX Deep Note that plays at the start of any THX(R) Certified performance? Now, the world-class audio and video certification and technology company has orchestrated another masterpiece with the launch of its first consumer product, THX Onyx™.

Winner of a TWICE VIP award, THX Onyx™ is a mobile headphone Digital-to-Analog Converter (DAC/Amplifier) that packs a sonic wallop with its award-winning THX AAA™ technology. The Achromatic Audio Amplifier ensures the ultimate no-compromise headphone audio experience by delivering the world’s highest fidelity audio with infinitesimally low levels of noise, distortion and power consumption. Simply put, it’s a device for those who demand master quality audio everywhere.

“Most people probably know us from our past,” said Jason Fiber, THX chief operating officer and senior vice president. “We were founded by George Lucas in the 80s. We worked with a lot of cinemas originally to certify movie theaters to ensure the picture and sound experience was elevated. That is where the brand started. Lucasfilm sold the company and it’s now owned by Razer. We continue our mission to bring high-fidelity to entertainment through consumer electronics and cinema but also technologies like THX(R) Spatial Audio and THX AAA in our partner products. And this year we’ve hit another milestone; we’re proud to bring our first product directly to the consumer, the THX Onyx.”

Once the concept was nailed down for THX Onyx, the team hit the ground running. “It took a six-month development cycle which is quite fast in the electronics world,” said Andrew Mason, audio engineer for THX Ltd. “We were able to execute on a really solid product. Solid physically with its industrial design…but also extremely solid in terms of the audio quality itself.”

More information, please visit THX Onyx, and for consumer electronics manufacturers please visit here.

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