WORLD’S FIRST 24.10.10 DOLBY ATMOS DEMONSTRATION BY KRIX
Are you into home cinema set-ups? Do you love a world's first? Do you want more than a standard 7.2.2 system? If you have answered yes to any of those questions, then you really ought to check out this Dolby Atmos home cinema demonstration by Krix. Sadly, a long-haul flight to Melbourne, Australia will be required if you want to experience it first-hand though.
24.10.10 are the magic digits for the exclusive Krix demonstration which will be held at the 2018 Melbourne International Hi-Fi Show in Australia from October 12-14. You'll get to be amazed by 34 decoded speaker channels of Dolby Atmos audio.
Australian brand Krix is a leader in commercial and home cinema speaker systems and has teamed up with Trinnov Audio and Barco projectors for what will be remembered as a world-first and unmissable home cinema demonstration.
A serious system such as this needs a purpose-built space. Just as well that there has been an area specially created within the Pullman Mercure Hotel in Albert Park (overlooking the famous lake you've seen in the F1 broadcasts) for the show. Attendees will be right in the middle of the action - hear bullets whizz past, dinosaurs roaring from overhead and tyres screeching through city streets in the biggest spatial audio demonstration of its type, ever.
The Krix Ballroom Cinema will include seven tri-amped dual 15-inch loudspeakers which will lead the charge behind the screen, while twenty-seven surround and overhead speakers will place objects and effects with pinpoint precision. Add to that ten subwoofers, including four humongous dual 18-inchers, and you've got immense power on tap.
Trinnov's latest product announcement, the Altitude32 16-48 with 48EXT extension module, will be delivering the unprecedented number of discretely-rendered channels and applying its world-renowned room equalisation.
If that's not enough, you'll also be treated to a jaw-dropping 250-inch image from the astonishing 4K Barco Wodan, worth $150,000! The top-flight projector is being flown over straight from San Diego CEDIA, setting yet another Australian first for this level of projection.
This is not something you should miss if you're anywhere near Melbourne. We are sure that you may never get an opportunity to hear a demonstration of this calibre again.
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