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Dolby's PRM-4200 monitor honored with Emmy

November 7, 2012
Dolby's PRM-4200 monitor honored with Emmy
SAN FRANCISCO — The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences recently presented Dolby (www.dolby.com) with a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development for its PRM-4200 professional reference monitor. The honor marks the 12th product and technology win from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) and the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) for the company. 

The PRM-4200 is designed for pros in need of an accurate measurement tools for color-critical work. Both colorists and cinematographers use the monitor to ensure their final image matches what is seen onscreen.

"On behalf the entire team at Dolby who have been involved in the creation of the Dolby Professional Reference Monitor, I would like to thank the Academy for this prestigious award," says Bill Admans, director of production & post production solutions at Dolby Laboratories. "We are honored to be recognized for this award and firmly believe the Dolby PRM-4200 sets the new standard for professional video reference monitors by delivering the accuracy of previous CRT monitors with the versatility of flat-panel displays.”
 
The 64th Primetime Emmy Engineering Awards took place on Wednesday, October 24 at the Loews Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles.

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