Multi-dimensional immersive formats enhance performance for consumers in class-leading home theater lineup
Seattle, WA, December 12th, 2016 – AudioControl (audiocontrol.com), designers and manufacturers of innovative high-performance audio solutions for the residential, commercial and automotive markets has announced the availability of DTS:X and DTS Neural Surround for their Concert AVR-7 and AVR-9 home theater receivers as well as their Maestro M9 theater processor. These surround formats are available now and can be added to models already in the field via firmware update.
DTS:X is an immersive surround format that delivers an exceptionally lifelike sense of dimensionality and accomplishes this without dictating any specific speaker layout. DTS:X enables integrators to deliver a visceral cinematic experience to their clients using loudspeaker locations that suit décor. AudioControl’s advanced auto-calibration and object-based surround processor will determine proper levels and placement for dialogue and sound effects, and integrators can bring added value by fine-tuning critical parameters for the finest entertainment experience possible. DTS Neural Surround up-converts conventional stereo sources such as streaming content, TV broadcasts gaming soundtracks and others into captivating 5.1 or 7.1 surround as well as a 7.1.4 immersive format.
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AudioControl has made both DTS formats available via the mode selection menu on their home theater receivers and flagship M9 processor—all of which are also now available in a recently unveiled sleek Espresso Black brushed aluminum finish.
AudioControl is a U.S. designer and manufacturer of the highest quality home theater processors and amplifiers, distributed audio amplifiers, car audio, signal processors and pro-audio products, celebrating nearly four decades of ‘making good sound great’. The company’s headquarters, including research & development, manufacturing, production, & training facilities continue to thrive in Seattle, Washington heart of the rainforest of the Pacific Northwest.