I found this chip in the FCC filings for a pair of headphones that I have. I'm not planning any serious reverse engineering project here, but I am curious what brand this chip is (I assume getting anything more than a brand from this image is going to be pretty hopeless). As far as I can tell, it either reads "am" or "om", or potentially "WD" in the other orientation. It is very likely a DSP (used to implement noise cancelling), although I guess it could be a general purpose microcontroller.
You're in luck even with the bad photo: https://ams.com/.
I just typed the letters on the logo into google and searched for a company with the same logo/font.
EDIT: Actually, I think I lied. There's no way I could see that the third character in the logo was a sideways 'S' but "AMS" was the first thing that popped into my mind as soon I saw the "AM". I must have run into them before. I think we used one of their quadrature encoder ICs in a space elevator project in university.