Dcinex Installs Dolby Atmos in Cinemas Across Europe

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Wed, 01/30/2013 - 19:00 -- Nick Dager

Dcinex has installed Dolby Atmos in five cinemas across Europe including in Austria Czech Republic Germany and The Netherlands. 

In the Netherlands for example dcinex has installed Dolby Atmos in two cinemas and is already working on the third one says Matthew Jones general manager of dcinex Benelux. The dcinex team has developed a tremendous know-how in the implementation of the system and we can guide the cinemas through the entire design and installation process with a final result which simply astounds the audience. 

Dolby Atmos is our most revolutionary sound innovation in years said Fritz Deininger regional senior director Central Europe Dolby Laboratories. By allowing sound designers and mixers a new level of creative control Dolby Atmos ensures that cinema audiences will experience the full impact of their mix regardless of theatre configuration. 

In addition to the five systems already installed dcinex is currently preparing the implementation of eleven other Dolby Atmos platforms in the coming months including one in Austria one in the Czech Republic four in Germany and four in Benelux.

 As part of our technical consulting services we offer a Sound Audit which aims to improve imperfections in sound perception within the cinema auditorium says Alexandre Bleus dcinex sound products integration engineer. There's huge interest out there. We're seeing a marked increase in advice on tailoring the perfect sound experience for cinemas across Europe.

 Feedback on the completed installations has been tremendous.  Our clients are really impressed by the unique immersive experience this brings to the audience says Till Cussmann vice president exhibitor services at dcinex. The expertise in installing Dolby Atmos gained by our sound products integration team and installation teams over the past months is being increasingly recognized by the market and we are confident that the number of exhibitors investing in such systems will only go up in the near future.