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Dolby Introduces CobraNet Card for the Dolby Lake Processor

San Francisco, March 15, 2006–Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE: DLB) is introducing the KIT 989 CobraNet(r) card, a digital audio and control data networking solution for the Dolby(r) Lake(r) Processor, at the NSCA Expo 2007.

The KIT 989 provides CobraNet audio networking, a cost-effective audio distribution solution that allows reliable and flexible transport of audio over Ethernet. With the KIT 989, the Dolby Lake Processor becomes part of a tightly integrated system, allowing the audio routing of an entire sound system to be managed remotely from one location, with no need to access racks to re-patch. Using CobraNet instead of analog copper reduces cabling and conduit costs, and reduces the number of A/D and D/A conversion stages.

The KIT 989 offers flexible, dual-redundant 100 Mbps Ethernet routing of up to eight inputs and 16 outputs of 48 kHz/20-bit audio with selectable latency across the network. The KIT 989 provides comprehensive signal routing both to and from the Dolby Lake Processor’s reference-quality audio converters and AES/EBU digital audio channels. Dolby’s patented low-latency sample rate conversion is available on all input and output channels. In addition, the KIT 989 CobraNet module provides selectable latency of 1.33, 2.66, or 5.33 milliseconds across the network.

The KIT 989 RJ-45 connectors allow both a primary and secondary connection to the 100 Mbps Ethernet network, providing fault-tolerant transport of real-time digital audio via CobraNet along with control data. If the primary connection loses link activity with the network, the KIT 989 automatically switches to the secondary connection to ensure uninterrupted performance.

Dolby Laboratories is exhibiting in booth 970 at the NSCA Expo 2007, March 15-17, 2007, in Orlando, Florida. To learn more about Dolby live sound and the Dolby Lake Processor, please visit www.dolby.com/livesound.

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