Not much Atmos this afternoon...
And so, on Feb 22nd 1966,...
Yeah noticed that myself ,if it wasn't for Gel and BigBoss this forum would be shut.
Maybe not, if it was a intergalactical post with all kind of universe babes... :cheer:
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I think you sort of miss my point:
theflyingwasp wrote:Yeah noticed that myself ,if it wasn't for Gel and BigBoss this forum would be shut.
Cheers buddy! :cheers:
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No probs gel ,you and BB have helped a shed load of people.always informative and great links. :cheers:
On the above link to the Pioneer..."The Elite-series receivers will be Dolby Atmos upgradable via a firmware update due by the end of the year, the company said."
The Elite series in the UK are the SC receivers...fingers crossed for an upgrade for those models too
I just re-read it and it looks like this applies to the 2014 receivers as they won’t be Atmos enabled at launch, but will be after the year end firm ware update…if I’m reading it correctly.
spiny norman wrote:Not much Atmos this afternoon...
The story was under a strict embargo which some of our rivals - ahem - chose to ignore. You do the decent thing... :wall:
From the press release:
"As you may know Dolby has its Atmos announcement scheduled for 7pm (9am Pacific Time US launch). And remember... no going live before 7pm!"
Editor-in-Chief of What Hi-Fi? and whathifi.com
How does this ...
square with this ...
Are Pioneer getting out of the AV business or not?
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How can they be launching it tonight if we were talking about it (and hearing it) months ago?
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Atmos is the worst kept secret, ever. I knew months ago too and prepared my room for it.
This type of news will always leak and before you know it, its all over the web.
John Duncan wrote:How can they be launching it tonight if we were talking about it (and hearing it) months ago?
Yes I thought that when I saw the news items and thread about you lot going on your Dolby Atmos night out last November...
chebby wrote:John Duncan wrote:How can they be launching it tonight if we were talking about it (and hearing it) months ago?Yes I thought that when I saw the news items and thread about you lot going on your Dolby Atmos night out last November...http://www.whathifi.com/forum/home-cinema/what-hifidolby-dolby-atmos-demo-night
I seem to remember asking what the point was for home use...
It's not the launch of Dolby Atmos as such (that's been around for a while), but rather the announcement of the hardware partners who will be bringing it into domestic AV products.
As for home use JD, well it's just an excuse to cram even more speakers into your living room
duaplex wrote:Atmos is the worst kept secret, ever. I knew months ago too and prepared my room for it.This type of news will always leak and before you know it, its all over the web.
Atmos wasn't a secret. It already exists in some cinemas. And as some have already pointed out, we've been writing about it for months. What we couldn't confirm, until now, was which of the hardware manufacturers would include Atmos in their 2014 models.