Published on 24th September 2004 by
We are informed that it's simply too expensive to pay the hefty licence fee to Dolby Labs. If they included a Dolby chip inside, that would make Nvidia's chips too expensive and, worst of all, non competitive with Via, ATI and SIS chipsets.
Originally Posted by mikaelguOh, I see.
That kinda clears it up a bit, maybe...
So which part in an Asus P5AD2 Premium actually does the DD-encoding? I know it uses the C-Media CMI9880 Azalia Audio Codec, but my trail ends there. What about Intel's HD Audio specs, don't they call for DD-encoding?
Actually I just hope that one of the top MB-manufacturers out there are brave enough to make a motheboard for Athlon 64 capable of "Dolby Digital Live". Number 1 feature I'm lookinf for for my next board, was really looking forward to nForce4 up to 4 days ago :(
Originally Posted by BindibadgiImo, if you still want an AMD with Dolby Live - source one of those CMI chipped PCI cards.
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