Dolby licenses Dolby Digital encoding technology

December 1998
EMedia Professional;Dec98, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p27
Academic Journal
Discloses Dolby Laboratories' move to license its Dolby Digital audio encoding technology to consumer product manufacturers. Consumer delivery formats that use Dolby Digital audio; Coding method used by Dolby; Contact information.


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