The Inside Scoop on Dolby Atmos With Dolby VP of Development Brett Crockett

Got questions about what exactly Dolby Atmos is and how it can make your home theater experience better than you ever imagined? Dolby Laboratory's Vice President of Sound Technology Research and Development, Brett Crockett, stops by the Listening Room to give us the inside scoop on the concept and science behind this amazing new technology.

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Classic Front-to-Back Albums: Sade - Diamond Life

Critics have often knocked Adu for her detachment from her audience but I think they miss the point: Her delivery wraps the listener up in the stories being told like only the greatest singers can do. This record shifted 65 million units in the US, so yeah, she can't be that detached.

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One Sad & Lonely Music Lover's Journey Through the World of High-End Audio

A Ferrari drives better than a Kia in the same way an expensive set of audio components sound better than an iPhone and a pair of earbuds or a clock radio with some sort of dark art waveguide. In the automobile world it's called common sense. In the audio world it's called snobbery. That's a shame, because at the end of the day music is (to me) something that makes the BS of life worth the effort, so it stands to reason that the better the music sounds, the better my perception of my life will be. We can all get where we're going in a Kia, but if you're seriously going to tell me, if given the choice, you'd pick a Kia over a Ferrari, I'm not buying a word of it.

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Greatness. Amplified

Greatness. Amplified.

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Classic Front-to-Back Albums: Rush - Moving Pictures

This 1981 gem from Rush, recorded in the late summer and fall of 1980, is a seminal showcase of superior musicianship coupled with a great feel for radio-friendly, accessible rock music.

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