All In Surround Sound
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
If you prefer beauty over stealth, James Loudspeaker’s Q-Series speakers with built-in subwoofers can compliment elegant home theater systems.
Robert Archer · August 02, 2017
Monitor Audio says its SB-4 soundbar is engineered to match the dimensions of HDTVs 70 inches and larger. The soundbar features dual 4-inch C-CAM drivers and single 1-inch C-CAM tweeters in each of its three channels.
Robert Archer · April 25, 2017
Rotel’s RAP-1580 Home Theater Surround Amplified Porcessor conserves rack space in tight environments without sacrificing object-based surround sound.
Robert Archer · April 06, 2017
The Fusion Reference Soundbar is Next Level Acoustics’ flagship 3-channel on-wall bar speaker system intended for 75-inches or larger televisions.
Robert Archer · April 04, 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
CE Pro tested the Morel SoundWall Surface Speakers on our own Dax Tarantino’s home renovation. Check out this hands-on review.
CE Pro Editors · March 24, 2017
ATC’s C3C Ver. 3 center channel speaker is designed to match its SCM7 and SCM11 home audio speakers to help professional integrators create high-performance multichannel audio systems.
Robert Archer · March 22, 2017
SpeakerCraft Celebrates 40 years of innovation with this award-winning AIM Series 2 addition.
Advertorial · September 29, 2016
Dolby’s Atmos surround sound technology is the latest format to enter the home theater market. With the R50 speaker from KEF, installers can offer their clients a solution that retrofits their existing systems or can be combined with the Q series, R series or Reference series of products to accurately reproduce Atmos soundtracks.
Robert Archer · September 17, 2014