John Neary's Home Page


John entered this world in May of 1964 right in the middle major changes in America between the 1950's and 1960's. Raised by two honorable and hard working parents, being steeped in music from the 60's and 70's, John considers himself "The luckiest man on the face of the earth" to have lived the life he has in this time in history and to have been blessed with the family that he has. Please enjoy and thanks for stopping in!

May 4th, 2014, I turned 50!

Toy Trains

Real Trains



B-17 Flying Fortress

1948 Navy Training Film on Familiarty in Aircraft "The Rover Boys in Peril"

Vintage Races

Carrier Ops Sea of Japan 1952

My Yesterday

My College Days

Home Sweet Home and Other Fun Stuff

Family Christmas List

The Story of My 1970 Boss 302

Celebrating Our 8th Anniversary in Mendocino

My LittleMan!!! (My Son Bryan)

My Leeah Cheese!!! (My Daughter Leeah)

Bryan Imitating one of My Old Bosses!

My 1970 Boss 302 Mustang (The 15 year project, 1987 to 2003)

My 2013 Boss 302 Mustang

Kelly's 1971 Mach I Mustang

My First Car (The Z)

My Second Car (The Restoration Project)

My Third Car (My First Ford)

My Fourth Car (My First New Car)

My Fifth Car (My Second New Car, The "GT")

My Sixth Car (The Hand-me-down Daily Driver)

Our Truck (Uncle Jessie)

Vito's Mower and Saw

Consultant to The Bob Bondurant School

The Thomas Engineering Company

Media Vision Incorporated

Diamond Multimedia

Bio-Rad Laboratories

Dolby Laboratories

A History of Dolby Laboratories

Thomas Engineering MZ80 Protocol Converter

Thomas Engineering Uni Tec Protocol Converter

Media Vision Pro Audio Spectrum

Media Vision Pro Audio 3D

Media Vision Audio Port

Media Vision Memphis

Bio-Rad GS550 Molecular Imager Control Board

Bio-Rad Gel Doc 1000

Dolby CP500 Cinema Processor

Dolby CP650 Cinema Processor

Dolby DMA8 Digital Media Adapter

Dolby NA10 Network Automation Adapter

Dolby DP568 Reference Decoder for Dolby Digital Plus

Dolby DP600 Program Optimizer

Dolby CP850 Dolby Atmos Cinema Processor

And the Biggee!!!

Dolby Atmos

I was awarded an Engineering Award from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for my part in the design, development and implementation of the Dolby CP500 Cinema Processor. Over 25,000 CP500 Cinema Processors are currently in the field and might even be at a theater near YOU!!! Also, I have a Primetime Emmy from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for my part in the development of the DP600 Program Optimizer which transcodes to and from various Dolby formats (Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby Pulse) and also performs loudness estimation and correction so that you won't have to ride that volume control on your TV set anymore!!!

2013 And Fighting Cancer

This page was last updated on 17SEP2014