Dolby Atmos is a popular surround sound format, a competitor to DTS: X and is available in everything from the largest commercial cinema to the smallest home cinema. The “immersion” format is also used as a new way to feel music from the Beatles – like Ariana Grande on both mobile phones and speakers. While the biggest change from the previous format was the addition of a tone channel, the Atmos soundtrack works with traditional systems with five speakers and a subwoofer () or with as many (or more) speakers as you have.
Dolby Atmos redefines your entertainment
Sound moves around you
Instead of being limited to channels, sound can be placed precisely and transmitted to a three-dimensional space.
Adds an overhead dimension
A new sense of height immerses you in action and creates a rich atmosphere and a realistic depiction of objects moving overhead.
Creates fantastic sound quality
Dolby Atmos does everything from dialogue to quiet scenes to whirlwind management with incredible clarity, richness, details and depth.
Creates a lot of touching entertainment
Everything is combined in a voice that delights your senses and inspires your emotions to ensure a full effect of enjoyment.