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CEDIA EXPO 2014 Show Report ( Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association)
CEDIA EXPO 2014
Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association

Sound Developments Ltd., Distributor Of:
Trinnov Audio, Procella Audio, DPI, Front Row Seating, And Stewart Filmscreen
Sound Developments Ltd.Sound Developments Ltd., a leading North American specialty distributor, revealed their CEDIA 2014 booth with a Dolby Atmos multi-dimensional audio playback system. Components from Trinnov Audio, Procella Audio, DPI, Front Row seating, and Stewart Filmscreen are being featured at their booth. The Dolby Atmos demonstration is a 9.1.4 speaker configuration, meaning that in addition to the standard 7.1 setup, the system will include four overhead speakers (no upward firing speakers) located in the ceiling above the listening position and two front wide speakers located on the left and right side walls.

Dolby Atmos is the first home theater system based not on audio channels, but rather on audio objects. Each element of a Dolby Atmos soundtrack can become an audio object that can be placed anywhere in the listeners' audio environment. Breaking the creative boundaries of channel based audio mixing, Dolby Atmos provides artists with toolsets that allow them to accurately place sounds anywhere within a three-dimensional space. With Dolby Atmos, sound comes from a multitude of directions, including overhead.

Video in the theater is provided by Digital Projection and Stewart Filmscreen, both Sound Developments brands. Two DPI projectors, including their M-Vision Cine LED 1000 projector, are being demonstrated, using an acoustically transparent Stewart screen.

"Our organization is very excited about hosting perhaps the first ultra-high-end Dolby Atmos demonstration at CEDIA Expo," said Barry Wosk, President of Sound Developments. "Thanks to Trinnov Audio and their state-of-the-art 32-channel Altitude32 processor, we will be able to demonstrate the full capabilities of Dolby Atmos multidimensional audio with speakers mounted in ceiling. This will be a unique opportunity for integrators interested in 3D Audio to experience high-performance Dolby Atmos for the home theater. With the resolution and cinema impact of the Procella loudspeakers and the rest of the Sound Developments product mix, our goal is to give visitors a cinema experience second to none."

Trinnov"Trinnov stands for 3D Innovation. As early as 2001, we achieved the world first high-spatial-resolution 3D sound chain from 3D-recording to 3D-reproduction over 24 loudspeakers," says Arnaud Laborie, Trinnov Audio's CEO. "Since then, Trinnov continuously contributed to 3D audio at the highest scientific level. We worked with Dolby on our own implementation of Dolby Atmos and we are very excited to show the full capability of this ground-breaking format with the Altitude32."

In addition to this demo, Sound Developments is showcasing its mix of specialty brands with both passive and active displays. All of the manufacturers distributed by Sound Developments USA are represented, including Digital Projection, Front Row Seating, iDocx, Insteon, Procella Audio, and Cima by Stewart Filmscreen. As a specialty distributor in the international model, Sound Developments utilizes independent sales representatives and is the exclusive United States supplier for several of its product lines. The company feels that strong dealer relationships and customer service are key elements of the Sound Developments business model. Products are warehoused in a central location within the United States with next-day delivery throughout the continental States and there is free freight for all orders over $500.

 

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