Dolby Atmos is a popular surround sound format, a competitor to DTS:X, and it's found in everything from the biggest commercial cinemas to the smallest of home theaters. The "immersive" format is also being used as a new way to experience music from the likes of the Beatles to Ariana Grande on both mobile phones and speakers. While the biggest change from previous formats is the addition of height channels, Atmos soundtracks will work with a traditional five-speaker-and-subwoofer (5.1) system or as many (or few) speakers as you have.
Dolby Atmos Redefines Your Entertainment Experience
• Moves sound all around you
Rather than being constrained to channels, sounds can be precisely placed and moved in three-dimensional space.
• Adds an overhead dimension
A new sensation of height immerses you in the action, creating a full audio atmosphere and realistically depicting objects moving overhead.
• Produces breathtaking sound quality
Dolby Atmos renders everything from dialogue to quiet scenes to whirlwind action with astonishing clarity, richness, detail, and depth.
• Creates a powerfully moving entertainment experience
It all comes together in sound that excites your senses and inspires your emotions to deliver the full impact of entertainment
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