Dolby Laboratories held a demonstration day to showcase both its cinema and home theater applications of Dolby Atmos sound technology at its New York City offices. The company's senior director of sound technology research, Brett Crockett, and its director of content creation and playback, Craig Eggers, provided background and explanation on how it all works.
The Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) announced Thursday that Digital Home Systems is its newest member. Based in the New York area, Digital Home Systems was founded in 1999 by lifelong musician Tom Manna.
Azione Unlimited announced Wednesday that Kim Michels, President of Electronic Environments of New York City, is the newest member of its Founders' Board.
Integra today added to its 2014 lineup of Dolby Atmos-enabled A/V receivers and preamp processors. The additions are the DTR-50.6, DTR-60.6, DTR-70.6 and DHC-80.6, all of which are also THX-certified, and support HDMI 2.0 for 4K/60Hz and HDCP 2.2 copy protection.
Dolby Laboratories held a demonstration day to showcase both its cinema and home theater applications of Dolby Atmos sound technology at its New York City offices Aug. 13, as prelude to what Dolby senior director of sound technology research Brett Crockett termed “specific, multiple announcements” regarding the technology during CEDIA Expo next month.
The Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) announced Tuesday that Ohio-based Sound & Vision is its newest member. The company, formed 13 years ago, is based in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and serves the Akron, Cleveland and Columbus markets. The announcement came ahead of HTSA's upcoming Marketing Summit in Illinois.
Integra this week announced a series of products equipped with the Dolby Atmos technology. The products include the DTR-60.6 and DTR-70.6 network A/V receivers and flagship DHC-80.6 Network A/V Controller.
Integra announced Wednesday that its two newest seven-channel AV receivers will be available this month. The company says the 95-watt-per-channel DTR-30.6 ($1,000) and the 110-watt-per-channel DTR-40.6 ($1,300) are the first receivers designed to support the latest HDMI standard for 4K/60Hz video, as well as the latest HDCP2.2 copy protection standard.