Whenever we review tablets, the section on audio quality is usually short, and it usually goes something like this: “The quality is tinny and the volume is low, especially since the speakers are located on the back side.” (Translation: “What did you expect, people? “) That’s a shame, given how tablets are supposedly ideal for content consumption. Fortunately, though, this is something Dolby’s been working on. The company is bringing its Digital Plus technology to tablets, phones and laptops with the aim of enhancing sound quality, and also making movie dialog easier to make out. In the demo video embedded after the break, for instance, that Galaxy Tab is cranked to full volume, but it’s still hard to follow along with The Incredibles .
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Dolby Digital Plus coming soon to tablets and phones, we go ears-on (video)