Home Theater Network () Dolby Atmosphere (Special Feature: "Dolby Atmos") is a new audio platform released by Dolby Laboratories on April 24, 2012. The Dolby Atmos released in the theater brings a more natural and realistic sound field, bringing people into the story of the film through a lifelike sensory experience.
1. What is Dolby Atmos?
Dolby Atmos introduced a new mix and sound orientation that combines dynamic objects and playback channels to surround the audience with sound. Dolby Atmos enables adaptive playback, ensuring that the effects closest to the original creator are played as much as possible in any environment and different speaker configurations.
Bring a powerful new listening experience to moviegoers with more natural and realistic sound effects, and truly surround the audience. As an end-to-end solution, Dolby Atmos can help mixers, film studios and publishers dramatically enhance the movie sound experience. The Dolby Panoramic Sound Platform makes it easier for content creators to create lifelike soundscapes without having to worry about the theater configuration or the number of speakers.
Through Dolby panoramic sound technology, live sounds come from all directions, even from the top of the head. This format combines a static ambient sound based on channel mix and object-based dynamic sound to place and move specific effects throughout the theater, creating an amazing presence and a fascinating sound atmosphere.
Sound designers and artists are now free to mix in 3D space, harness the sound in the surround channels and add a seamless top sound field dimension through separate overhead channels.
Unlike the traditional 5.1 and 7.1 channels, the Dolby Atmos system not only arranges the speaker units around the audience, but also arranges several speaker units in the ceiling of the theater, which is different from the previous one. The speaker emits the same sound. The Dolby panoramic sound system can make multiple speakers on one side emit different sounds one by one, more realistically creating sound effects from far and near, and adding speakers to the ceiling to achieve sound field enclosing and showing more sounds. Details, enhance the audience's viewing experience. This 3D stereo sound with 3D movies can bring a very realistic experience to the audience.
2. What is the difference between a movie theater and a Dolby Atmos in the home?
Cinemas with giant screens and large sound systems will always be the standard of reference for the ultimate entertainment experience. Although there are fewer speakers in the home theater, the experience of the Dolby Atmos is absolutely shocking. It combines a traditional home theater speaker arrangement with a ceiling speaker or a new panoramic sound-enabled speaker to create a flat surface above the listener. The shock brought by the two methods is amazing. Your room is filled with real, multi-dimensional sounds that directly put you in the center of the entertainment experience.
In commercial theaters, panoramic sound supports up to 128 lossless sound elements simultaneously in one mix and up to 64 independent speaker outputs.
The Home Theater Adaptation feature will adjust itself to your surround configuration and will typically be configured to support any configuration up to 11 channels.
3. What is the minimum configuration of Dolby Atmos? What is the highest configuration?
Dolby recommends a high-end home theater, the 7.1.4 system (traditional 7.1-channel configuration + 2 pairs of overhead speakers) is a gold standard.
However, please note that Dolby Panorama movies are not limited to any particular system configuration. Whether you have a full configuration of 7.1.4 or a 5.1.2 system, the same source information will be entered and the sound experience will be automatically optimized based on your specific home theater settings.
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