An interview with Samsung's research team has revealed that the tech company is working with Google to create their own 3D audio technology. Although Samsung products currently feature compatibility with Dolby Atmos, their new technology could become a direct competitor.
If you're shopping for a TV or a projector for your living room or for a home theatre setup, you're probably aware that refresh rate is an important specification to look at. Those who use a gaming console and monitor also often play close attention to refresh rate. Outside of definition, refresh rate probably has the biggest impact on the viewing experience you can get from a device. So, what does refresh rate mean and how is it different from frame rate? What constitutes a "good" refresh rate?
Earlier this fall, Dolby Laboratories announced a partnership with TCL. The leading TV brand will be the first to implement Dolby's latest technology: Dolby Atmos FlexConnect.
Just a few days ago, a new plug-in for Unreal Engine was released -- one that supports HDR10+. This comes not long after the recent plug-ins for Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision. The gaming community can expect to see a noticeable increase in the audiovisual quality of games coming in the next few years.
As home cinemas and hi-fi systems become increasingly popular, the need for optimal acoustics in our living spaces has never been more paramount. Acoustic panels, often overlooked in interior design, play a pivotal role in shaping our auditory experiences. Among them, wood slatted acoustic panels are making waves for their unmatched blend of sound control and aesthetic charm.
Through your journey in HiFi and home theatre, you're aware of the significance of every piece of your sound puzzle, from the receiver to speaker placement. Yet, there's a sound-enhancing hero often overlooked: acoustic diffusion panels. This guide will give you a simplified overview of Acoustic Diffusion Panels, why you would want to them and how they can be used.
Want to elevate your audio experience? Let's delve deep into the world of acoustic room treatment.
Spotify source code hints at the release of the long-awaited HiFi tier featuring lossless audio.