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Bowers & Wilkins Launches Wireless Multiroom Audio; Licenses Mesh Platform to Others
Three years after merging with software startup Eva Automation, Bowers & Wilkins announces first collaborative product: Formation wireless speakers and proprietary multiroom audio platform to be licensed to third parties.
Optoma Laser Cinema System Bundles UltraHD 4K Video and Dolby Digital Sound for $2,999
The Optoma P1 Smart 4K UHD Laser Cinema bundles an Optoma projector, along with a NuForce soundbar and Amazon Alexa/Google Assistant technologies into one package.
LG, Meridian Unite to Create Premium SL9 Series Soundbars
LG Electronics and Meridian Audio collaborate to unveil at CES new LG SL9 series premium soundbars supporting Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and built-in Google Assistant voice control.
IMAX, DTS Team Up on ‘IMAX Enhanced’ Certification & Licensing Program
The new program will work to ensure products will deliver IMAX 4K HDR content and DTS audio technologies in a 'new level of quality' for home entertainment. Launch partners include Sony, Denon and Marantz; an 'IMAX Mode' is...
Not Waiting on Partners, DTS Builds Own Alexa-Enabled Play-Fi Smart Speaker
DTS claims its Phorus PS10 is first Alexa-enabled smart speaker to support high-resolution audio (24-bit/192kHz); works with other wireless Play-Fi devices for whole-house music.
11 Audio Demos That Rocked CEDIA 2017
Sound rooms and other booths at the San Diego Convention Center rocked with options for your next A/V media room or home theater project. We heard great things from MartinLogan, Pro Audio Technology, RBH Sound, Harman,...
Dish Music Launches on Hopper DVR
Using DTS Play-Fi, Dish Music turns Hopper 2, Hopper 3 and Joey set-top boxes into streaming music zones for a whole-house audio solution.
Q&A: DTS on Play-Fi Success, Virtual:X Audio Format for Home Theater
CE Pro speaks to Geir Skaaden, chief products and services officer, Tessera Holding Corp., about the evolution of DTS offerings like Play-Fi, Headphone:X and Virtual:X for home theater.
DTS Announces Play-Fi Updates, High Res Audio Support at CES 2017
DTS builds upon manufacturing partnerships, adds Play-Fi high-resolution audio and makes Virtual:X home theater surround format available to its OEM partners.
Q&A: Auro CEO on Sony Partnership, Relationships with Dealers, Dolby and DTS
It seems Auro Technologies has its arms outstretched, not only to the CE industry but to its end users and other immersive sound formats like Dolby Atmos and DTS:X as well.
CEDIA Tease: M&K Sound to Replicate DTS:X Professional Studio
M&K Sound’s U.S. distributor Audio Gear Group will have professional mixer doing demos in Sound Room 14 using 7.2.4-channel audio system to mix music recordings, film soundtracks and live broadcasts such as the iHeart Radio...
Optimizing Rooms Acoustically for Dolby Atmos, DTS:X
Adding more speakers to a room can confuse the human brain, so manufacturers discuss the best way to acoustically treat a home theater for object-based surround sound.
Q&A: Remember These DTS:X Best Practices as Industry Adoption Skyrockets
DTS expects to see more than 60 DTS:X-enabled devices come to the market by the end of 2016. Time to make sure you know how to maximize this immersive audio format.
DTS Play-Fi Adoption Grows with Addition of Fusion Research, Paradigm, MartinLogan, McIntosh & Arcam
The wireless whole-house audio market continues to prosper. The latest companies joining the category include Fusion Research, Paradigm, MartinLogan, McIntosh and Arcam, whose upcoming products will feature DTS' Play-Fi...
DTS Officially Introduces Object-based DTS:X Format
The Calabasas, Calif.-based company DTS says the launch of DTS: X marks its return to the cinema industry, which originally helped to debut the company back in 1993 with the "Jurassic Park" movie.