Dolby E is an audio encoding and decoding technology developed by Dolby Laboratories that allows up to 8 channels of audio to be compressed into a digital stream that can be stored on a standard stereo pair of audio tracks.
Anything up to a 5.1 mix can be recorded in 16-bit, however, if anything more than 5.1 is required, the tape format must accept 20-bit audio.
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