Definitions for "Dolby Stereo"
standard sound reproduction used in most theaters that uses a minimum of six channels.
Developed by Dolby in the early 70s, Dolby Stereo produces 4 channel sound with three channels of sound in the front (left and right for music and effects and centre for dialogue) and a surround channel for effects and atmospheres.
A system of noise-reduction, equalization, and surround sound, used for motion-picture sound tracks.