Technology continues to “drip” from companies during CES 2020, the world’s largest technology fair. Vizio, soundbar maker, has launched a very interesting one: it is called Elevate and in addition to having Dolby Atmos technology, it has a rotation mechanism.
This mechanism supposedly allows for a superior immersion experience, offering a more dynamic sound transmission and giving the sound a more three-dimensional effect. This is achieved through 18 sound drivers and a 5.1.4 system with a completely wireless subwoofer.
Regarding rotations, only the columns responsible for the left and right channels rotate. In addition, speakers only rotate when content supported by Dolby Atmos technology is played. If the user is listening to standard music or sound, they remain static, facing forward.
In addition to soundbars, Vizio also manufactures televisions. This column was presented at CES 2020 along with one of its new OLED TVs. Elevate soundbar supports Bluetooth 5.0 and Chromecast, which means you can stream audio from mobile devices and use it as a television-independent sound system.
Dolby Atmos was recently added to the Tidal app
The application that specializes in high quality Tidal music files has recently added Dolby Atmos to its catalog. For a monthly value of € 19.99, the user can listen to music with Dolby Atmos technology.
Unlike Spotify and other apps, Tidal specializes in CD quality sound, the so-called Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAAC) format where there is no compression and the music quality is the best.
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