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Vorbis Hardware

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This is a list of hardware of all categories, from chipsets to ready-to-use products, that support Ogg [[Vorbis]].
Hardware support status for Ogg Vorbis is relatively good, you can choose between a huge amount number of mobile flash players, many HDD based players and a respectable number of Hi-Fi components. More than 50 different companies offer a total of more than a hundred products for virtually every application, there is even a knife that can play Ogg Vorbis now ;-). If you can't find a suitable player come back next week -- new products are added on a weekly basis, as many companies are working to support Vorbis on their hardware.
If you know of any hardware or projects that are not yet mentioned here, please add them to the list. More (outdated) hardware info can be found at [http://www.xiph.org/ogg/vorbis/hardware.html vorbis hardware page].
== Consumer products ==
These The following music players support Ogg Vorbis either out of the box or after a firmware upgrade.:
* [[PortablePlayers|Portable players (mobile players)]]::[[PortablePlayers/Flash|Flash Memory Storage]]: mobile [[PortablePlayers/Harddisk|Harddisk Storage]]:[[PortablePlayers/Others#CD.2FDVD_Audio_Players|CD/DVD Audio Players]]:[[PortablePlayers/Others#Mobile_Phones|Mobile Phones]]:[[PortablePlayers/Others#Others|Others]]* [[StaticPlayers|Static players (installed players)]]::[[StaticPlayers#Hi-Fi_components|Hi-Fi components]]* :[[StaticPlayers#Car_Audio|Car Audio]]: installed players[[StaticPlayers#Media_Storage|Media Storage]]
For hardware that is able to run third-party software (such as PDAs and video game consoles), please visit [[VorbisSoftwarePlayers]].
This is Vorbis in Silicon, meaning chips from which actual consumer products can be built.
* ;[http://oggonachipwww.sourceforgefinearch.netcom/ Ogg On A Chipenglish FineArch]:A FineArch, Inc. developed a hardwarecore and control software for decoding Vorbis. This technology can be integrated into portable players or cell phones, and since it runs at only 12MHz, it uses very little battery power. It supports files up to 64Kb/software implementation with a good report showing how s, but could be scaled to make FPGAs 16MHz and 128Kb/s, at the like to decode Vorbis streamsexpense of battery life. For more information, see FineArch’s [http://www.finearch.com/english/news/pr_20030715/pr_20030715.htm press release].
* ;[http://www.finearchmcslogic.com/english FineArchMCS Logic]:FineArch, IncMCS Logic creates single chip decoders that can play Ogg Vorbis. developed a hardware core and control software They supply the Vorbis decoding chips for decoding Vorbis. This technology can be integrated into portable players or cell phones, and since it runs at only 12MHz, it uses very little battery power. It supports files up to 64Kb/s, but could be scaled to 16MHz Havin and 128Kb/s, at the expense of battery life. For more information, see FineArch’s [http://www.finearch.com/english/news/pr_20030715/pr_20030715.htm press release]Freemax.
* ;[http://wwwoggbox.mcslogicnathandumont.com/ MCS LogicOggBox]:MCS Logic creates single chip decoders that can play An open hardware project aiming for a small sized Ogg Vorbis. They supply the Vorbis decoding chips for Havin hardware platform (based on ARM Cortex M3 and FreemaxVS1053b/VS8053 DSP).
* ;[http://wwwoggonachip.telechipssourceforge.com Telechipsnet/ Ogg On A Chip]:Telechips has developed A hardware/software implementation with a good report showing how to make FPGAs and the TCC72x, a single chip decoder that can play like to decode Vorbis. The TCC72x series is based on on an ARM940T core, and it is used widely in Korea for players such as Iops or MobiBlustreams.
* [http://www.tamulsite.co.kr Tamul Multimedia]:Tamul Multimedia manufactures decoding chips for Samsung. They claim they have Ogg Vorbis decoding firmware, according to [http://www.dt.co.kr/print.html?gisaid=2003031002011367704002 <em>The Digital Times</em>] (Korean). * ;[http://www.sigmatel.com/ SigmaTel]:SigmaTel makes several chips which support Ogg Vorbis decoding. After this quote years ago, we knew it was only a matter of time:
<blockquote>"<i>I talked to Deborah Clark, product marketing engineer for audio chipmaker Sigmatel out of Austin, Tex. She is the company's expert in audio decoders. She says there is a growing base of support for Ogg Vorbis. "We can't keep paying these high licensing fees for this. Manufacturers would flock to something that's free." </i></blockquote>
:from a 2000 [http://www.forbes.com/2000/09/18/dvorak_index.html column in Forbes]
:SigmaTel introduces the STMP3600 with support for Ogg Vorbis, MP3, AAC, WMA and more.[http://www.finanznachrichten.de/nachrichten-2005-10/artikel-5493211.asp]
* ;[http://www.tamulsite.co.kr Tamul Multimedia]: Tamul Multimedia manufactures decoding chips for Samsung. They claim they have Ogg Vorbis decoding firmware, according to [http://www.dt.co.kr/print.html?gisaid=2003031002011367704002 <em>The Digital Times</em>] (Korean). ;[http://www.telechips.com Telechips]: Telechips has developed the TCC72x, a single chip decoder that can play Vorbis. The TCC72x series is based on on an ARM940T core, and it is used widely in Korea for players such as Iops or MobiBlu. ;[http://www.vlsi.fi/ VLSI Solution Oy] introduced : VLSI provides two Ogg Vorbis capable chips. :[http://www.vlsi.fi/vs1000en/products/vs1000.shtml VS1000], is an Ogg Vorbis decoder and controller chip based on a 16 -bit DSP. :[http://www.vlsi.fi/en/products/vs1053.shtml VS1053] is a low-power "MP3 decoder" chip based on the same DSP. What makes the IC unique is that it can both decode and [http://www.vlsi.fi/en/support/software/vs10xxapplications.html encode] Ogg Vorbis files. There are several different quality settings to choose from varying from narrowband speech to high-quality stereo music.
== See also ==
* [[Theora Hardware]]
* [[TheoraHardwareCategory:Vorbis]] ----
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