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The Migration of AC-2 and AC-3 Coding Methods from Professional to Consumer Applications

Early in 1995, there will be close to 1 000 000 consumer products in the field using either AC-2, AC-3 two-channel, or : AC-3 5.1-channel coding methods. Moving the technologies from the professional environment into the origination, distribution, and reception consumer environment brings many engineering problems. This paper discusses these problems and presents some solutions.

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