Dolby Atmos will change the way you hear movies in the theater, and now at home. We put on our listening ears and check it out.
Dolby Atmos is the big thing in cinema sound right now, and it might be the next big thing in your home theater. We take a tour of Dolby's studios to see some Atmos-friendly gear.
Coming later this year, Dolby takes its professional Atmos theater sound technology to the home theater market.
Dolby's new surround sound format will work with existing Blu-ray players, but requires new AV receivers and other home audio gear.
At a special sneak preview, a few of us journo types got to see upcoming High Dynamic Range technology from Dolby. And it might just improve all TVs.
If you can get past its tedious setup, the AX Pro 5.1 Gaming Headset performs extremely well and is compatible with pretty much every gaming PC and game console except the Wii.
Dolby is known for its sound systems, but it's also developed imaging tech that will change how Hollywood can make movies and what you'll be able to see on your TV screen. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
The man responsible for groundbreaking work in noise reduction and inventing surround sound has passed away at age 80.
The immersive audio that makes movie-goers feel like they're inside the film, rather than just watching it, will be available for Dolby partners to incorporate on mobile by the end of the year.
Dolby Atmos is used in the Oscar-nominated films "Gravity" and "The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug." CNET's Kara Tsuboi goes behind the scenes at Dolby Labs with Academy Award-winning sound mixer Christopher Boyes.