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(Suggestion to merge articles and add discussion of sub channel)
 
 
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Also, while it does not relate to the sound format per se, I would suggest mentioning the use of a low pass filter to divert the low frequencies to a sub in addition to the 4 encoded channels. Dolby started designing their sound processors to do this pretty early on, so they intended both A and SR to play in 4.1.
 
Also, while it does not relate to the sound format per se, I would suggest mentioning the use of a low pass filter to divert the low frequencies to a sub in addition to the 4 encoded channels. Dolby started designing their sound processors to do this pretty early on, so they intended both A and SR to play in 4.1.
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- I see no reason why they couldn't be combined, I just added a lot to both pages recently and it was annoying to have to add the same info to both. -- [[User:Rlyon|Rlyon]] ([[User talk:Rlyon|talk]]) 10:48, 18 May 2019 (PDT)

Latest revision as of 09:48, 18 May 2019

Since there is so much overlap between the Dolby A and Dobly SR articles, should they be combined in a single Dobly Stereo article?

Also, while it does not relate to the sound format per se, I would suggest mentioning the use of a low pass filter to divert the low frequencies to a sub in addition to the 4 encoded channels. Dolby started designing their sound processors to do this pretty early on, so they intended both A and SR to play in 4.1.

- I see no reason why they couldn't be combined, I just added a lot to both pages recently and it was annoying to have to add the same info to both. -- Rlyon (talk) 10:48, 18 May 2019 (PDT)