Dolby Headphone for Nokia 808 PureView: what is it?

The Nokia 808 PureView might boast a 41-megapixel camera sensor, but there’s another feature that has gone under the radar. Dolby Headphone. The amazing audio tech transforms almost any sound into surround sound for music, movies and even YouTube videos. Here are a few more things you need to know about Dolby Headphone for Nokia 808 PureView.

Nokia 808 PureView technology explained!

Thanks to Dolby Headphone, the Nokia 808 PureView will be up there with the very best portable media devices for enjoying music and films. But what is Dolby Headphone? And what does it mean for the Nokia 808 PureView?

Shawn Richards, Mobile Sales Director at Dolby talked the Nokia Conversations blog through the tech, explaining the benefits of Dolby Headphone. “You get a more natural, engaging, and authentic sound.

“Good audio is even more important when you are watching a movie on a small screen. And Dolby Headphone creates a totally immersive feel.”

We can’t wait to hear how such good audio sounds on the Nokia 808 PureView. In the meantime, here are a few things you need to know about Dolby Headphone:

You won’t disturb those around you
By producing a natural spacious sound field, Dolby Headphone doesn’t overload your ears in the same way other headphone tech might. The payoff is better sound that you’ll feel comfortable listening to and enjoying music on your Nokia 808 PureView for longer.

Sound so realistic, you’ll feel part of the action
Dolby Headphone recreates the effect had when listening to films or music through home cinema speakers by using powerful digital signal processing technology that mimics the sonic signature of a speaker system.

5.1 surround sound inside your ears
Listening to music through your Nokia 808 PureView, the experience will be that of sitting in a lounge with two speakers on either side of you, two in front and a subwoofer. That effect is known as 5.1 surround sound. Dolby Stereo accurately replicates the same experience when using headphones. It’ll feel like having a private cinema sound system inside your head.

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