"We want to bring an audiophile experience to the mass market."
GraphAudio wants to become the Intel inside of audio. The startup is racing to develop its unique technology using graphene for earphones and televisions. Entertainment reporter Sam Blake explores its efforts to convince the biggest manufactures to buy in.
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