Dolby 5.1 is a digital system (used on DVD players and digital satellite receivers), presumably all you need is the correct I/C (and all the support components), for which you have to pay Dolby a licence fee.carloscapitao said:Hy, I need circuit, diagram, schematic 5.1 decoder system.
I have surround theory, but with one surround channel output.
I want 5.1 sistem whit two surround channel output , Ls and Rs.
As far as I know they are simply individual channels in the digital data stream - which is why it can have two rear channels, and the analogue Pro-Logic can only have one.carloscapitao said:In dolby site there is all about surround sound system and because this
I could project, to build and to set up with success a prototype.
I sought information about 5.1 system but they are superfluous and I could not project an appropriate system.
I am sure that as soon as I discover the origin of the channels Sr and Lr I can project a circuit with great efficiency.
how design doubly digital pro logic board and wish component will you to design the doubly systemDolby 5.1 is a digital system (used on DVD players and digital satellite receivers), presumably all you need is the correct I/C (and all the support components), for which you have to pay Dolby a licence fee.
I would have thought it's totally impractical to try and build one, you can buy DVD players and amplifiers with Dolby 5.1 built-in for very little money.
Are you Japanese? Very few if any of us use those old obsolete Japanese ICs.i want how can control this ic [ NJW1107FC3 ] and [ NJU26108 ] and all functions
The simplest "surround sound" system was the Hafler circuit. It produced very little front to back separation.i want to do the simple surround sound..
how can i got the schematic.?
It is a very simple circuit in the article I linked to. It uses 6 power amplifiers. Since it is very simple then the front to back and L to R rear separations are very poor. I copied it here:so,how about surround schematic use 6 amplifier and 6 speakers?