Theatre Sound

Cinema Sound: Christie Digital Systems

Fri, 03/18/2016 - 10:49 -- Nick Dager

Movie theatres are getting bigger again and exhibitors have learned that audiences are willing to pay for the kind of immersive entertainment that simply can’t be duplicated in the typical home theatre. This trend has only increased the demand that the audio match, or even surpass, the quality of the images on the big screen. Cinema sound has never been bigger or more important. Understanding that, Digital Cinema Report reached out to key manufacturers to learn what developments in sound technology they’ll be highlighting when the exhibition industry gathers next month at CinemaCon 2016 in Las Vegas. In part three of this ongoing series, I spoke with Patrick Artiaga, director, business development, audio solutions, Christie Digital Systems to get his perspective.

Cinema Sound: Barco

Thu, 03/17/2016 - 11:58 -- Nick Dager

Movie theatres are getting bigger again and exhibitors have learned that audiences are willing to pay for the kind of immersive entertainment that simply can’t be duplicated in the typical home theatre. This trend has only increased the demand that the audio match, or even surpass the quality of the images on the big screen. Cinema sound has never been bigger or more important. Understanding that, Digital Cinema Report reached out to key manufacturers to learn what developments in sound technology they’ll be highlighting when the exhibition industry gathers next month at CinemaCon 2016 in Las Vegas. In part two of this ongoing series, I spoke with Brian Claypool, senior director strategic business development, digital cinema, Barco to get his perspective.

Cinema Sound: Dolby Laboratories

Wed, 03/16/2016 - 15:39 -- Nick Dager

Movie theatres are getting bigger and exhibitors have learned that audiences are willing to pay for the kind of immersive entertainment that simply can’t be duplicated in the typical home theatre. This trend has only increased the demand that the audio match, or even surpass the quality of the images on the big screen. Cinema sound has never been bigger or more important. Understanding that, Digital Cinema Report reached out to key manufacturers to learn what developments in sound technology they’ll be highlighting when the exhibition industry gathers next month at CinemaCon 2016 in Las Vegas. In part one of this ongoing series, I spoke via email with Jed Harmsen, senior director, cinema products, Dolby Laboratories to get his perspective.

Village Cines Marks Argentine First

Thu, 02/25/2016 - 12:45 -- Nick Dager

Village Cines Recoleta is Argentina's first cinema to install Christie Vive purpose built line array speakers. The Village Cines Recoleta Hall 6 auditorium also includes Dolby Atmos sound. With 20 years’ experience in the Argentinean market, Village Cines currently has eight complexes with a total of 79 screens across the country and has recently completed its final phase of its digital roll out with Christie Solaria Series projectors.

Industry Veterans Join Klipsch Group

Thu, 01/21/2016 - 11:10 -- Nick Dager

The Klpsch Group has announced the addition of two consumer electronics veterans to the company as part of an internal reorganization, positioning Klipsch as the leader in innovative audio solutions. Chad Vogelsong is senior director of product and channel marketing for the Digital, Streaming and Portable Audio Solutions division, a new division. Dusty Thomas serves a dual role as cinema sales manager in North and South America, as well as the channel marketing specialist for the Component Audio Solutions business unit.

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