Definition of Dolby(r) Digital

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Dolby(r) Digital

The term 'Dolby(r) Digital ' as it applies to the area of digital television can be defined as ' A form of multi-channel digital sound, it provides efficient encoding and noise reduction for high-quality surround sound technology used in movie theaters and upscale home theater systems that enhances audio. Home theater components with this technology work in conjunction with a '5.1-speaker' system (five speakers plus a low-frequency subwoofer) to produce true-to-life audio that draws the listener into the onscreen action'.

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