All In Trinnov Audio
Trinnov Audio has announced the release of software version 4.2.16, an upgrade for the Altitude32 and Altitude16 processors that incorporates a much-desired but previously unavailable feature: an Object Viewer for Dolby Atmos. While enjoying Atmos content, Altitude owners will be able to use the processor’s user interface to see a graphic three-dimensional representation of the […]
Robert Archer · September 21, 2020
At ISE 2020 in Amsterdam Trinnov Audio will demonstrate the new DTS:X Pro format at Hall One, Stand 1-N100.
Robert Archer · January 29, 2020
Thanks to a collaborative effort between integration firm Gramaphone and home theater specialists AcousticSmart, this ‘Stargate’ fan was able to finally enjoy the home theater of his dreams.
CE Pro Editors · November 07, 2019
Manufacturer’s rep Bitstream Media constructs a 31-speaker, immersive audio demo theater home cinema dubbed ‘The Rochester’ that is available for any integrator to use with clients.
Jason Knott · October 07, 2019
Erskine Group uses custom Torus Power all-in-one isolation transformer to convert 480V 3-phase industrial power into 120V to protect high-performance gear in the new CEDIA Reference Theater.
CE Pro Editors · July 22, 2019
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
Did you catch Alcons Audio’s high-performance home theater demo during CEDIA 2017? The setup featured the new CRMSC-SRHV surround speaker, Barco Loki projector, Trinnov processing and a Screen Acoustics hybrid screen.
Robert Archer · October 10, 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 01, 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