Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, introduced in August 1994, for the film industry, designed to provide the best and highest quality sound presentation. SDDS is an optional audio coding format for DVD-Video.
Sony Dynamic Digital Sound. Sonyâ€™s discrete multi-channel surround sound used in movie theaters.
ony ynamic igital ound. This is Sony's very own multi-channel digital surround sound format currently only used in cinemas. It uses an 8 channel system for left, left-centre, centre, right-centre, right, rear surround left, rear surround right and sub-woofer.
A perceptual audio-coding system developed by Sony for multichannel audio in theaters. SDDS is a competitor of Dolby Digital and an optional audio track format for DVD.
Sony Dynamic Digital Sound. A competing format with Dolby Digital and DTS in the theater market. It uses 7.1 channels of sound consisting of left, left center, center, right center, right, rear right, rear left and a dedicated subwoofer channel. SDDS is used exclusively in theaters, there is no home audio equipment which uses the processing system.
An audio encoding technology developed by Sony for multi-channel audio in cinemas and theaters. SDDS was developed to compete with Dolby Digital and is an optional audio format for DVD
Sony Dynamic Digital Sound. A perceptual audio-coding system developed by Sony for multichannel audio in theaters. A competitor to Dolby Digital and an optional audio track format for DVD.
Sony Dynamic Digital Sound. An 8-channel sound format used in commercial movie theaters. The 8 channels are: Left Front, Left/Center Front, Center Front, Right/Center Front, Right Front, Left Surround, and Right surround. The sound is encoded in between the sprockets on the film. No followup has been announced for home theater.
Sony Dynamic Digital Sound. Sony’s multi-channel (six or eight channels) surround sound format, available only in movie theaters.
SDDS stands for Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, which is a cinema sound system developed by Sony. Digital sound information is recorded on both outer edges of the 35 mm film release print. The system supports up to 8 independent channels of sound: 5 front channels, 2 surround channels and a sub-bass channel.