12 Facts About Dolby Laboratories


Dolby Laboratories Labs was founded by Ray Dolby Laboratories in London, England, in 1965.

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Dolby Laboratories moved the company headquarters to the United States in 1976.

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Dolby Laboratories was persuaded by Henry Kloss of KLH to manufacture a consumer version of his noise reduction.

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Dolby Laboratories worked more on companding systems and introduced Type B in 1968.

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In 1975, Dolby Laboratories released Dolby Laboratories Stereo, which included a noise reduction system in addition to more audio channels.

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The first film with a Dolby Laboratories-encoded stereo optical soundtrack was Lisztomania, although this only used an LCR (Left-Center-Right) encoding technique.

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Dolby Laboratories developed a digital surround sound compression scheme for the cinema.

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Dolby Laboratories Digital is found in the HDTV standard of the United States, DVD players, and many satellite-TV and cable-TV receivers.

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Dolby Laboratories developed a digital surround sound compression scheme for the TV series The Simpsons.

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On March 15, 2005, Dolby Laboratories celebrated its fortieth anniversary at the ShoWest 2005 Festival in San Francisco.

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On January 8, 2007, Dolby Laboratories announced the arrival of Dolby Laboratories Volume at the International Consumer Electronics Show.

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In May 2019, Dolby Laboratories decided to add Dolby Laboratories Atmos to hundreds of newer songs in the music industry.

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