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Dynaton DDRC Modules delayed

Copenhagen, August 9, 2005

Dynaton DDRC Modules delayed

The launch of DDRC Modules unfortunately has been delayed due to errors in an official Digital Signal Processor code from the semiconductor vendor with whom Dynaton has a partnership. The problem was discovered when an unsatisfactory signal-to-noise ratio was detected in the first serial manufactured units of the Copland DRC-205.

Both the semiconductor vendor and Dynaton are focussed upon resolving the problem, and continuous progress towards bug-free delivery is being done every day. Following the delay in delivery of DDRC Modules, the Copland DRC-205 is also delayed. This as the heart of the Copland DRC-205 is the DDRC Module.

CTO Søren Mac Larsen says: 'A series of events starting with late delivery of memory circuits has resulted in the delay in the launch of the DDRC Module. We were unlucky to discover that our 32 bit revision of DDRC displayed an unsatisfactory signal-to-noise ratio when the final integration was done. However, quick response from the semiconductor vendor has enabled us to make a recovery plan and progress is now again according to plan.'

CEO Lars Høg-Iversen says: 'We are doing all in our powers to avoid our customers suffering from the unexpected delay - and most of our customers to the DDRC Module are patiently awaiting delivery. It is however important to note that DDRC License customers are not affected by the delay as it is limited specificly to the DDRC Module. We are indeed sad that this newsflash contains bad news, but no one escapes unexpected delays and bumps on the road to the final goal. This month unfortenately it was Dynaton and our DDRC Module customers whom are suffering from this Murphy's Law issue.'

Dynaton representation in Asia visited by Dynaton management

Beginning of August the Dynaton management visited the Asian office in Seoul, South Korea. The Asian staff being Jade, Teddy and Simon very generausly welcomed the Dynaton management.

CEO Lars Høg-Iversen says: 'We have indeed been very impressed by both the hospitality of the Asian staff and their proactive professionalism. I believe that the Asian staff will become amongst the most successfull in the Dynaton worldwide organisation. We are very pleased to start working together with Jade, Teddy and Simon. I hope that present and future customers will welcome our Asian staff and benefit from their experience and kind service.'

Planned launch of new Dynaton web-site

Due to the secrecy in regard to the patent pending DDRC technology, the Dynaton web-site has not been amongst the most informative. However, as the DDRC patents were send for examination by patents authorities, the time has come for an up-date of the Dynaton web-site. A new improved web-site is planned to be launched in approx. 8 weeks. Please keep an eye on the Dynaton web-site for new informations.

About Dynaton
Founded in 2003, Dynaton is a Danish company focusing on the development of high-tech, low cost Digital Room Compensation circuits for implementation into audio equipment. The company is based on a series of groundbreaking inventions in the area of real-time digital sound processing and the development of new unique processing algorithms that eliminate well known problems in audio reproduction and present a whole new reality in audio reproduction.

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+45 30 25 95 25

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