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A Dolby 361 A-type noise reduction module
A Dolby 361 A-type noise reduction module
Three different music cassettes encoded with Dolby B, showing the various ways in which the use of the system could be indicated. You Don't Bring Me F
Three different music cassettes encoded with Dolby B, showing the various ways in which the use of the system could be indicated. You Don't Bring Me Flowers uses a simple Dolby logo; Apurimac uses a Dolby logo with "B NR" (also with "HX PRO" to indicate the complementary use of that technology); Tour De Force uses a Dolby logo with "Dolby System."
Advent Corporation tape recorder with Dolby noise-reduction system (ca. 1972)
Advent Corporation tape recorder with Dolby noise-reduction system (ca. 1972)
A typical consumer cassette deck from the late 1980s, featuring automatic reverse, electronic transport controls, and Dolby B and C, among other featu
A typical consumer cassette deck from the late 1980s, featuring automatic reverse, electronic transport controls, and Dolby B and C, among other features
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Headquarters in San Francisco, California
Headquarters in San Francisco, California
Dolby E selected hardware
Dolby E selected hardware
Dolby system A-type decoder
Dolby system A-type decoder
Dolby Laboratories Screening Rooms in Burbank, California
Dolby Laboratories Screening Rooms in Burbank, California