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The Inside Scoop on Dolby Atmos With Dobly VP of Development Brett Crockett



Got questions about what exactly Dolby Atmos is and how it can make your home theater experience better than you ever imagined? Dolby Laboratory's Vice President of Sound Technology Research and Development, Brett Crockett, stops by the Listening Room to give us the inside scoop on the concept and science behind this amazing new technology.

In This Episode:

• What is Dolby Atmos?
• How Can You Implement Dolby Atmos Into Your Home Theater
• The science behind the technology
• The details on how Atmos works

Listen to the podcast here.

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This is okay but it is very much dumbed down. They talk as if Atmos is all objects but what I have heard is that Atmos has a 7.1 base bed with Objects on top of that. Also the number of Objects are limited. If you watch the Home Theater Geeks podcasts, you get a lot more information.
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