Only Pioneer Elite gives you the customization so you can tune your listening environment for the absolute best reproduction of the Dolby Atmos experience.
Dolby Atmos promises to be the future of sound. With its object-oriented audio engineering and its up-or-down-firing speakers, Atmos is changing the way home theaters are set up and, more importantly, how sound is distributed in the room.
In the past, we've explored how exactly , as well as how the technology is .ut this is the first time we've taken the technology home, set it up on our own and tried to replicate the life-changing auditory experience of hearing Dolby Atmos in theaters.
Surprisingly, finding a Dolby Atmos-compatible system is the easiest part of the process. Major audio manufacturers – like Onkyo, Denon, Yamaha and Pioneer – all make audio/visual receivers capable of processing Dolby Atmos audio tracks, with few distinctions for the layman between the mid-tier models.
KEF + Dolby AtmosÂ® = the new dimension in home theatre
What is Dolby Atmos?
In real life, sound comes from all around. But conventional surround systems only allocate it horizontally â left, right, ahead and behind. What makes Dolby Atmos so staggeringly realistic is that the movement of every sound in the scene is reproduced in all three dimensions, including vertically. This creates a true 3D acoustic image of precisely located individual sounds that move in relation to you as if you were actually there. The effect is uncanny. Exhilarating. Sometimes scary, sometimes hilarious; always engrossing.
InwallTech® High Definition Speakers are our only Dolby Atmos™ Ready product capable of producing the highest standard of cinematic quality required to experience the full Dolby Atmos™ sound.
Dolby Atmos enabled center speaker
Hi All, We appreciate all your interest in Dolby Atmos for the home. We know you have a lot of questions, so we’ve published two white papers on the subject. You can read more about the Dolby Atmos introductory white paper here:
NOTE:Keep in mind that all Dolby Atmos-equipped Home Theater Receivers and AV Processors are compatible with all previous Dolby and DTS surround sound formats, and can be used in standard 5.1 or 7.1 channel speaker configurations.
Dolby Atmos is infinitely more flexible and adaptable than channel-based home theatre. When a Dolby Atmos stream is fed to a Dolby Atmos compatible A/V receiver, the receiver will render the object-based audio to your home theatreâs unique speaker configuration to precisely recreate the sound the filmmakers intended. Dolby Atmos has the ability to adapt to diverse speaker setup. You can enjoy the full effect with just seven KEF speakers.The Dolby Atmos technology allows up to 128 audio tracks plus associated pan metadata to be distributed to theaters for optimal, dynamic rendering to loudspeakers based on the theater capabilities. Sounds that are not dynamically moving, such as ambient sounds and center dialogues, are still separately pre-mixed in a traditional multichannel format.