All In Auro 3D
Immersive audio formats like Dolby Atmos and DTS:X help compliment 4K video to create a more realistic home theater experience. Here are 13 products that integrators can use to create top-notch sound systems.
Andrew Nichols · March 25, 2019
The evolution of home theater now sees system configurations starting at 7.1.2 and peaking with as many as 32 discrete channels. Do all these channels mean it’s time to change overall amp designs to match these configurations?
Robert Archer · August 24, 2018
The new $13,995 Bryston SP4 Cinema Processor delivers up to 16 channels of object-based surround sound decoding.
Robert Archer · August 20, 2018
Immersive audio formats have forged an impactful effect to complement 4K video in driving renewed interest in home theater. Here are 19 Dolby Atmos and DTS:X products that integrators can use to create sizzling sound systems.
Robert Archer · February 12, 2018
Now that we have at least three good immersive audio platforms — Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and Auro-3D — there’s no excuse for a good home theater to skip object-oriented sound. Here are 16 components to choose from.
Robert Archer · December 13, 2017
Newly formed Immersive Audio Technologies acquires StormAudio, the Home Entertainment and Luxury Audio Product Division of Auro Technologies.
Jason Knott · December 8, 2017
When it comes to immersive audio, you don’t have to choose between object-based or channel-based encoding. Here’s how to make them work together for perfect 3D home theater surround sound.
Wilfried Van Baelen · August 14, 2017
This enormous villa goes high-tech with Crestron control, Lutron lighting, Sony Bravia TVs, Sonance and Bowers & Wilkins audio, Fortress Seating and more. It’s a 2017 CEDIA Award finalist for EMEA.
Chelsea Cafiero · August 1, 2017
As immersive audio formats like Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and Auro-3D come to home theater, dealers should be prepared to demo the new formats to customers. PRO Audio Technology president Paul Hales offers a few pointers.
CE Pro Editors · June 26, 2017
Adding speakers for Dolby Atmos, DTS:X or Auro 3D to create great immersive audio only works if extra speakers’ signals are processed individually, but most surround sound processors only offer 11 channels. It’s a problem.
Jason Knott · March 24, 2017