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Those of us who grew up with audio cassettes remember the Dolby noise-reduction system for reducing tape hiss. It made cassettes capable of "high fidelity" music reproduction, at least by the standards of the 1960s-70s (pre-CD era).

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Quote Quote by jtbell View Post
Those of us who grew up with audio cassettes remember the Dolby noise-reduction system for reducing tape hiss
That was just the start. http://www.dolby.com/gb/en/about-us/...ory/index.html


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