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Old 10th November 2006, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default The Plathora of digital audio "standards"

" ... disc recording standards such as HD DVD and Blu-ray are driving new HD-audio formats like Dolby True HD, Dolby's lossless technology. While it's now appearing mainly in AVRs and home-theaters-in-a-box (HTIBs), you can expect it to eventually show up in cars and PCs. It's the mandatory format for HD DVD, and it's optional for Blu-ray. ..."

Two very interesting articles = overview of Digital Audio Emerging Standards and Technologies and Multichannel Audio : ... ...

This may sound like garbage if you don't use the matching speakers & pre-amps: ... "modern" digital playback, the "phantom" speakers = looks like the ol' stereo / two main speakers will eventually rule again!!

(some may have to register with Electronic Design Mag. to view these articles and images #13821 & #11763)
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