Published On: June 9, 2016

Trinnov Adds DTS:X to the Altitude32 Pre/Pro

Published On: June 9, 2016

Trinnov Adds DTS:X to the Altitude32 Pre/Pro

Trinnov has announced the addition of DTS:X to the company's high-end Altitude32 preamp/processor. The Altitude32, which supports up to 32 discrete channels, already included support for Dolby Atmos and Auro3D. Now, owners who purchased the 3D decoders option can add...

Trinnov-altitude32.pngTrinnov has announced the addition of DTS:X to the company’s high-end Altitude32 preamp/processor. The Altitude32, which supports up to 32 discrete channels, already included support for Dolby Atmos and Auro3D. Now, owners who purchased the 3D decoders option can add DTS:X via a free software update. You can get more details on the Altitude32 through Trinnov’s website.

From Trinnov
Trinnov Audio’s Altitude32 becomes the first high-end preamp/processor to support all three immersive audio formats: Dolby Atmos, Auro3D and now DTS:X.

Moreover, DTS:X decoding capability is available immediately to all Altitude32 owners who purchased the 3D decoders option, via a simple software update. No new hardware is required, thanks to Trinnov’s proprietary, software-based audio engine.

The Altitude32 is already unique in the world of surround sound processors in that up to 32 discrete channels can be rendered (assuming the chosen surround format supports that many speaker positions). This capability stands in stark contrast to the hard limit of 12 discrete decoded channels imposed by DSP-chip based implementations.

The Altitude32 enjoys unrivaled flexibility and spatial resolution, thanks also to its unique 3D microphone and ability to accurately measure each speaker’s location in three-dimensional space. Combined with Trinnov’s patented 3D Remapping technology, owners of the Altitude32 enjoy a level of seamless, immersive audio that other platforms simply cannot approach.

Additional Resources
PRO Audio and Trinnov Partner to Show Off 3D Audio at HomeTheaterReview.com.
JBL Synthesis Partners with Trinnov for New SDP-75 Processor at HomeTheaterReview.com.

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