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|Headquarters||Ontario, California, United States|
|Howard An (President)|
|Subsidiaries||HT Omega Korea?|
HT Omega is an audio hardware manufacturing company based in Ontario, California. It designs and builds multimedia hardware and peripherals for personal computer and professional markets. HT Omega has a dedicated research & development division, creating equipment based on Dolby Digital and DTS technologies, marketed towards gamers and home entertainment enthusiasts.
HT Omega was one of the first companies to offer true 24-bit (192 kHz) performance in its sound cards, by implementing the C-Media Oxygen 8788 digital signal processor. Some cards have swappable op-amps, allowing the end-user to tune output characteristics such as sound color.
HT Omega's line of PC audio cards includes the following:
- STRIKER 7.1 (Conventional PCI)
- CLARO, CLARO plus + (PCI)
- eCLARO (PCI Express)
- CLARO halo, halo XT (PCI)
- "HT Omega / About Us / Company". HTOmega.com. Retrieved 17 December 2011.
- "HT Omega CLARO 7.1 Channel Sound Card". Bjorn3D.com. 2 September 2007. Retrieved 18 December 2011.
- "C-Media: Product >> PCI >> CMI8788". C-Media. Retrieved 18 December 2011.
- www.htomega.com: HT Omega company website. Retrieved 17 December 2011.
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