You’ve probably heard about it on countless occasions, but you’re still not sure what it is. We are talking about the Dolby Atmos system. Do you know what it is or how it works? Why is it so famous? Don’t worry. We are going to try to explain it to you in these new lines of our blog.
If you are planning to set up a home cinema, or if you have already done so, Dolby Atmos technology is probably not strange to you. If you are a regular cinema-goer, you will also be familiar with it. Or, at least, you will have seen its logo on countless occasions. It happens to all of us, but we are not able to define exactly what it is or why it is world-renowned and recognised.
In the 1980s, the Dolby system was associated with noise reduction in noise tapes. Today, however, its meaning goes far beyond that, although it still refers to this American company specialising in noise reduction in analogue recordings and also in the creation of surround sound.
How does Dolby work and why is it so important?
Wherever sound comes into play, Dolby Atmos is there. If there is one thing that makes this new technology stand out, it is the stunning realism that makes the audio flow around you, almost in motion.
Thanks to the latest innovations, the sound itself moves in a three-dimensional space. In this way, the viewer is able to feel as if he or she is in the middle of the action.
In order to enjoy Dolby Atmos in the home, the amplifier installed must be equipped with this technology. Thanks to this, we will be able to redefine our experience in front of a screen. Among its highlights, we have to tell you:
- The sound moves around you in a three-dimensional space.
- A total audio environment is created. Realism is one of its most important features.
- The sound quality becomes impressive. Whether we are dealing with dialogues, action scenes or musicals. We will perceive everything with crystal-clear clarity down to the smallest detail.
- The entertainment experience on the move is uniquely powerful.