Originally Posted by Dan Hitchman
It's possible it's 7.1 plus whatever amount of objects they were able to add. Then again, it could just be 9.1 and that's it.
However, Roger Dressler seemed to hint in his reply to me that 7.1+4 was not maximum these Atmos consumer soundtracks could do, and that this layout was only due to current DSP limitations.
Still want to know the real nitty gritty. I think a lot of us do, so we can plan our theaters accordingly.
well for the objects thingy it doesn't mean that 4 channels have only 4 objects. there can be a lot of objects rendered combined to a wave soundoutput on these 4 channels. in fact there is only the limit of the dsp ic's used, the more processing power it has the more objects it can render.
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