HT Omega

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HT Omega, Inc.
Industry Computer hardware
Founded 2006
Headquarters Ontario, California, United States
Key people
Howard An (President)
Products Sound cards
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.[1]

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HT Omega was one of the first companies to offer true 24-bit (192 kHz) performance in its sound cards,[2] by implementing the C-Media Oxygen 8788[3] 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:


  1. ^ "HT Omega / About Us / Company". Retrieved 17 December 2011. 
  2. ^ "HT Omega CLARO 7.1 Channel Sound Card". 2 September 2007. Retrieved 18 December 2011. 
  3. ^ "C-Media: Product >> PCI >> CMI8788". C-Media. Retrieved 18 December 2011. 

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