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Added by tkmedia
Cover by tkmedia

Added on: 15/12/2002
Latest update: 18/01/2019
User updates processed: 5

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Dolby Digital Experience (1997) [PILW-7006]

ドルビー・デジタル・エクスペリエンス (cover)

Country  Japan  
Street Date  21/03/1997
Publisher  ???
Price  7800 JPY

UPC  4988102385118UPC=4988102385118
I-S-B-N  (none)
Category  Demo Disc

Color  Color
Length  47 min.
Sides  2
Chapters  35
Size  12"
Picture  Letterboxed
Ratio  1.78:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  Low probability [?]
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Manufactured by  Pioneer Japan

 

     

Intro Dolby (none) 
 Sound Encoding  Digital Tracks  Analog Left  Analog Right 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
Japanese No subtitle 

 Mint Marks sample 
PILW-7006-A03-P   00152H08
PILW-7006-B03-P   00132H08

 Additional Information by tkmedia    15/12/2002 - Last update: 14/10/2016 

Contains Dolby trailers in different aspect ratio's and the various names for the sound format ie "Dolby Stereo Digital" "Dolby Surround AC-3 Digital" and "Dolby Digital".

 Additional Information by admin (293)   14/10/2016 

Comes with a small B&W survey form to be mailed back and a trifold insert with extended tracklist, technical explanation, AC3 LD complete catalog of 47 titles (as of August 3rd 1997) and a list of Pioneer AC3-compatible systems:

    DVD/LD/CD Player
  • DVL-9
  • CLD-R6G
  • CLD-R5
  • LD-S9
  • HLD-X9
  • HLD-X0
    AV AMPRIFIER (typo from Pioneer)
  • VSA-D7
  • SP-D07
  • M-05
    SPEAKER
  • S-ST05
  • S-W05-k
  • SD-P43EX2

Track list for Side 1:

  1. Dolby Digital Surround Logo trailer
  2. Dolby Digital Experience Title
  3. Opening Guidance
  4. Trailer: Gamera 2
  5. Trailer: Ghost in the Shell
  6. Trailer: Tetsujin Returns
  7. Clips from Fujiyama: King of Coasters
  8. Clips from Hi-Vision: Las Vegas
  9. Dolby Digital Trailer: Train - short version 1
  10. Dolby Digital Trailer: Train - long version
  11. Dolby Digital Trailer: Train - short version 2
  12. Dolby Digital Trailer: City - short version 1
  13. Dolby Digital Trailer: City - short version 2
  14. Dolby Digital Trailer: Canyon - 1.85:1 version
  15. Dolby Digital Trailer: Canyon - 2.35:1 version
  16. Dolby Digital Trailer: Egypt - 1.85:1 version
  17. Dolby Digital Trailer: Egypt - 2.35:1 version

 Additional Information by sapote    20/03/2018 - Last update: 18/01/2019 

From the cover:

Dolby Digital is a form of audio coding developed by Dolby Laboratories to efficiently reduce the space needed to store and transmit digital audio.With Dolby Digital,multiple-5 channel surround sound uses a lower bit rate than is needed for just one channel on Compact Disc, yet as the press comments above attest, sound quality remains very high.This combination of efficiency and quality reflects Dolby's thirty years of experience developing signal processing systems based upon research into how sound is perceived.Dolby Digital was first used to provide 5.1 channel digital surround sound with movies in the format known as SR-D.This multichannel format is now available to consumers on Laser Discs, and has been adopted for future formats. Dolby Digital is not one rigid scheme, but a family of processes with parameters such as bit-rate and number of channels tailored to the particular applications.