Today there are AVRs by brands like Denon and Marantz, 3D-soundbars by Sennheiser, smart speakers by Sony and Amazon. MediaTek added MPEG-H Audio to its Pentonic Series of Smart TV Chips.
Denon & Marantz AV Receivers ship with MPEG-H Audio globally
Fraunhofer IIS upHear Processing and MPEG-H Audio power the new Sennheiser AMBEO Soundbar Plus
MediaTek Adds MPEG-H Audio to its Pentonic Series of Smart TV Chips and Boosts TV 3.0 Access for Brazilian TV Sets
Panasonic Automotive Systems of America (PASA) and Fraunhofer bring MPEG-H/360 Reality Audio to Cars
MPEG-H Audio selected as the sole mandatory audio system for Brazil’s TV 3.0 broadcast service
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