Trinnov has unveiled something unique at CEDIA 2019 – they’re the first company to bring DTS:X Pro technology to home theaters through their Altitude platform. Trinnov, alongside Home Theatre Environment master craftsman Maurizio Conti, walked the audience through their setup, which included a new upmixer, DTS Neural:X that’s designed to render audio objects at precise locations with whatever speaker layout is implemented. Trinnov is using their Altitude32 and Altitude16 processors, which are are the first to offer DTS:X Pro.
The Trinnov setup used at the show costs between $75,000 while the Triad speaker system will run you $49,000 for a total of $124,000. The room itself (part of the demo) has an MSRP of $150,000 and is shipped in several crates to your home.
Fundamentally, the demo included a top-notch processor, amplification, and and speakers… everything you’d need for an amazing DTS:X Pro home theater setup.
“I went. I listened. I came out thinking it was the best audio demo I heard at the show,” said AVS Forum editor Mark Henninger, who bestowed the setup his Best of CEDIA award in the demo category.
DTS:X Pro is a 3D immersive sound technology that supports 30.2 discrete speaker channels and can scale dynamically depending on the source as well as the speaker system layout. It includes a new upmixer, DTS Neural:XTM that’s designed to render audio objects at precise locations with whatever speaker layout is implemented. Trinnov Altitude32 and Altitude16 processors are the first to offer DTS:X Pro.