Craig Eggers

Editor in chief of Dealerscope

Dolby Atmos is the most important home audio technology of the 21st century so far, and its potential is limitless. But it's still a fairly new innovation, and retailers and integrators have a lot of questions. Don't miss this opportunity to tap our expert panelists and learn more!

Dolby Laboratories held a demonstration day to showcase both its cinema and home theater applications of Dolby Atmos sound technology at its New York City offices Aug. 13, as prelude to what Dolby senior director of sound technology research Brett Crockett termed “specific, multiple announcements” regarding the technology during CEDIA Expo next month.

DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group this week announced the election of its new board of directors and executive committee.

By David Dritsas DVD-Audio is ready to hit the market. Despite setbacks created by the formulation of copy protection specifications to please the recording industry, the final copy protection framework is near completion and manufacturers will begin releasing product this month. Meanwhile, music labels are ready to release the all-important content. Manufacturers began to disclose shipping dates after a draft protection frame work was issued early in June by 4C Entity, LLC, a joint venture made up of IBM, Intel, Matsushita Electric and Toshiba. The 4C Entity is a licensor of copy protection for the recordable and prerecorded DVD-Audio medium. Content will be a major deciding

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