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Dolby Laboratories announced that it will demonstrate the Dolby Lake Processor at the PLASA06 conference and exhibition at Earls Court in London, September 10–13. Dolby will demonstrate the Dolby Lake Processor in its booth (BB12), showcasing the innovative approach for managing loudspeaker systems for live events, fixed installations, and in studios. First introduced in the US in February 2006, the Dolby Lake Processor has already been incorporated into many of the summer's leading world tours including those by Madonna, Widespread Panic, Tool, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Slayer, Tom Jones, and Earth, Wind & Fire.

The Dolby Lake Processor, the first live sound product released by Dolby, which acquired Lake Technology in September 2003, enables sound engineers to improve the quality of sound management while saving time in the setup and handling of loudspeaker systems. The processor provides better control and flexibility of complex speaker systems throughout setup and during events, improving the sound of the system so audiences have a better experience. Additionally, the software application provides centralized control for a network of these hardware processors. Based on Lake's trusted sound reinforcement technologies, the new system includes an easy-to-use interface for real-time management, an advanced loudspeaker processing system, and unique Iso-Float ground isolation technology.

With Digital loudspeaker and equalization technology, this item features configurations up to four-by-twelve. The Dolby Lake Processor is the visionary approach to controlling any loudspeaker system while simultaneously improving the sound quality and effortless control of even the most complex speaker systems.

In addition to providing a dynamic solution for live events, the Dolby Lake Processor is a useful tool for engineers working in the studio, enabling audio equalization with a unique set of specialized Raised Cosine Equalization tools for mastering, broadcast, and recording.

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