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Wednesday, 13 October 2004 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Coding Technologies and Orban has debuted HDC Surround, a 5.1 channel audio solution for HD Radio. Built on top of the HDC codec already used by HD Radio, HDC Surround will enable stations to efficiently upgrade their HD Radio broadcasts to 5.1 channel surround sound while maintaining audio quality and compatibility for stereo-only receivers.
Thursday, 30 September 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
The designer of the DualDisc, Dieter Dierks, who is also reportedly involved in a legal battle over patent issues with WEA, announced a new disc format called One Disc. The One Disc format showcases Dieter Dierks’ DVDPlus technology, as it combines a full capacity CD on one side and a full capacity DVD on the other side. The creator claims the format has no compatibility issues with existing hardware and can be played or viewed in the standard CD or DVD player including, but not limited to, computers and home theater systems.
Thursday, 02 September 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
DualDisc seems to really have the attention of the four major record labels as the next physical format they want to use to sell their music, having beaten out SACD and potentially incorporating many of the features of DVD-Audio onto the DVD side of the half-CD/half-DVD “dual disc.” According to a release from a number of big record companies a few weeks ago, as many as 50 DualDiscs will be released this October, just in time for the holiday selling season.
Thursday, 12 August 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
The Los Angeles Times is reporting some legal snags for the CD/DVD Dual Disc format even before it is released. In an article that was recently posted on the Times’ website said that Philips, who owns much of the intellectual property behind the Compact Disc and licenses the CD logo, wouldn’t let Dual Disc use the CD logo because it didn’t fit into the CD spec. Another angry party is the German firm that created the first Dual Disc. According to the Times, DVD Plus is claiming WEA has breeched their contract which has allowed the record conglomerate to continue to develop the two sided audio-video disc.
Friday, 23 July 2004 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
The Dual Disc has been approved to be an official DVD format by the DVD forum and now the remaining major record labels are scurrying to get their content in order for a pending launch of the half-CD/half-DVD discs to consumers. A pre-Christmas launch would be most desirable. However, creating or reworking a classic album into an audio/video surround sound masterpiece reportedly takes anywhere from 12 to 18 weeks, even by the most experienced mixers, masterers and authors of high-resolution discs.
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