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4K is here to stay... So it is pretty much evident with the growing number of 4K titles everyday that how much 4K is fast becoming the global standard of cinema. Not only are the latest films being released in 4K format but even the old ones are being remastered to 4K. And trust me when I say, 4K significantly alters the viewing experience. The image is so real, you can almost reach out and touch the characters. We have a 4K projection setup at our shop and invite you to feast your senses on the razor sharp picture quality that blends with reality in ways you cannot imagine.
Just happened to rewatch the entire series of Harry Potter, though this time on stunning ultra HD 2160p, better known as 4K, format. Audio System used Anthem MRX 720 AVR with speakers of Dali - Rubicon 8, LCR for surrounds and Opticon LCR as surround back with Dali E12F sub. This release comes with an excellent DTS:X track. Though there was no Dolby Atmos mix here, but the DTS:X really does deliver from start to finish here. The sound effects are fluid in transition from speaker to speaker and very loud. It really immerses you into the entire magical world of Hogwarts. Simpler sounds such as the students walking from class to class along the insane stairwells sound impressive. I loved it. Projection system used was Sony VPL 1100ES. The 4K upgrade added so much depth and details into the already stunning frames of the movie. Everything just looks smoother and more realistic with better detail and exquisite color. Each scene has more clarity and it's easier to see background items in the lower lit hallways of Hogwarts here. In these films, there is so much going on in each scene.Every part of the picture is perfectly clear. In close-ups, every visual effect and facial feature is striking. Look at Dumbledore's bear hairs. You can see each scraggly strand easily. Even the full CGI three-headed dog looks excellent with every computer generated hair standing out. You'll even be able to see the wax drippings from all the candles in the movie. Wider shots look just as good with school inform textures looking great and individual hairs popping out when the many students are going from class to class. The heavier CGI work on the Quidditch field also looks incredible without any softness to talk about. Colors are vibrant in all locations, from the dreary England country setting to the brightness of the grand hall of Hogwarts. The warmer colors, including the reds, oranges, and yellows all have distinct layers to them, depending on how they are shown on screen, but always have a brightness to them that other releases lack, thanks to the new HDR here. The green colors of Slytherin and the green landscapes surrounding Hogwarts are all rich and bold. Black levels are very deep and inky without any crush and skin tones are natural at all times. There are no issues with any aliasing, banding, or video noise here, making this new HDR 4K image simply outstanding. I wish you were here to witness the spectacle.
Just happened to rewatch the entire series of Harry Potter, though this time on stunning ultra HD 2160p, better known as 4K, format. Audio System used Anthem MRX 720 AVR with speakers of Dali - Rubicon 8, LCR for surrounds and Opticon LCR as surround back with Dali E12F sub. This release comes with an excellent DTS:X track. Though there was no Dolby Atmos mix here, but the DTS:X really does deliver from start to finish here. The sound effects are fluid in transition from speaker to speaker and very loud. It really immerses you into the entire magical world of Hogwarts. Simpler sounds such as the students walking from class to class along the insane stairwells sound impressive. I loved it. Projection system used was Sony VPL 1100ES. The 4K upgrade added so much depth and details into the already stunning frames of the movie. Everything just looks smoother and more realistic with better detail and exquisite color. Each scene has more clarity and it's easier to see background items in the lower lit hallways of Hogwarts here. In these films, there is so much going on in each scene.Every part of the picture is perfectly clear. In close-ups, every visual effect and facial feature is striking. Look at Dumbledore's bear hairs. You can see each scraggly strand easily. Even the full CGI three-headed dog looks excellent with every computer generated hair standing out. You'll even be able to see the wax drippings from all the candles in the movie. Wider shots look just as good with school inform textures looking great and individual hairs popping out when the many students are going from class to class. The heavier CGI work on the Quidditch field also looks incredible without any softness to talk about. Colors are vibrant in all locations, from the dreary England country setting to the brightness of the grand hall of Hogwarts. The warmer colors, including the reds, oranges, and yellows all have distinct layers to them, depending on how they are shown on screen, but always have a brightness to them that other releases lack, thanks to the new HDR here. The green colors of Slytherin and the green landscapes surrounding Hogwarts are all rich and bold. Black levels are very deep and inky without any crush and skin tones are natural at all times. There are no issues with any aliasing, banding, or video noise here, making this new HDR 4K image simply outstanding. I wish you were here to witness the spectacle. For more info visit us at http://auditro.com/Just-happened-to-rewatch-the-entire-series-of-Harry-Potter-though-this-time-on-stunning-ultra-HD-2160p-better-known-as-4/b176
Special discounts on demo products We have a good range of speakers, amplifiers bought this year for demo. Due to GST, we would like to liquidate much of our stocksbin June and willing to give very special prices on our demo units . Please contact us in case you would be interested in the same. call or watsapp on 7506733097 or 9874700058 for list of available items and prices.
Black Butterfly Just felt it interesting to share my thoughts on movies seen recently. It falls in the suspense thriller genre and builds up really well. A reclusive writer searching for some stimulation to move his story forward. Just when he happens to come across a drifter and invites to his isolated cabin as a guest in exchange for his support in an altercation with a truck driver. The plot builds up in an intriguing way and the twist towards the end makes up for the slow and dramatic pace at which the movie builds up. However the final twist really makes the mockery out of the entire drama and it almost feels like a deceit making you sit through the entire length of the film. Wish the writers at times should just not have the tendency to tamper with the script too much and let it end where it is really required to be rather than making an attempt of being Christopher Nolan with inception. in order to pursue the concept of open endings, they just end up shattering a really good story which could otherwise leave you contended at the end.
Dolby Atmos Most are acquainted with the Atmos sound system so wont go into explaining that. I'm writing this article just to emphasize how all recent movies are embedded with Atmos track and it gives a very good justification to create the Atmos setup as a part of your AV system. Almost all amplifiers available today in 7 channels and above (we deal mainly in Marantz and Denon) support the Atmos technology. The speaker placement for 7.1 setup would be 5.1.2 where the 2 represents overhead speakers. Similarly, for 9 channel, it could be 5.1.4 or 7.1.2, 4 and 2 being overhead speakers in each case. The extra channels are assignable. My ideal setup would have as much atmos speakers as possible. SO if you amp can support 7 channels, defintely you should assign 2 for atmos, or if it supports 9, may assign 4 for atmos. More advanced amps support external amplifier to add 2 more overhead speakers, allowing you to create the 7.1.4 setup (i.e. 11 channels for a truly immersive experience). We have a 7.1.4 setup at Auditro. So please come and experience the Atmos in full glory.
Dolby Atmos Most are acquainted with the Atmos sound system so wont go into explaining that. I'm writing this article just to emphasize how all recent movies are embedded with Atmos track and it gives a very good justification to create the Atmos setup as a part of your AV system. Almost all amplifiers available today in 7 channels and above (we deal mainly in Marantz and Denon) support the Atmos technology. The speaker placement for 7.1 setup would be 5.1.2 where the 2 represents overhead speakers. Similarly, for 9 channel, it could be 5.1.4 or 7.1.2, 4 and 2 being overhead speakers in each case. The extra channels are assignable. My ideal setup would have as much atmos speakers as possible. SO if you amp can support 7 channels, defintely you should assign 2 for atmos, or if it supports 9, may assign 4 for atmos. More advanced amps support external amplifier to add 2 more overhead speakers, allowing you to create the 7.1.4 setup (i.e. 11 channels for a truly immersive experience). We have a 7.1.4 setup at Auditro. So please come and experience the Atmos in full glory. For more info visit us at http://auditro.com/bizFloat/598936fdf24c410bb8986ffb/Dolby-Atmos-Most-are-acquainted-with-the-Atmos-sound-system-so-wont-go-into-explaining-that-I-m-writing-this-article-just-to-emphasize-how-all-recent-movies-are-embedded-with-Atmos-track-and-it-gives-a-very-good-justi
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Buy Arcam irdac irdac if Arcam at a bargain price of only Rs. 50000/- Arcam re-entered the Digital to Analogue Converter (DAC) market with the introduction of the rDAC a few years ago. The stand-alone DAC concept was not new to the Arcam team as they were the first company to ever launch an affordable outboard DAC back in 1989. Building on the rDAC's success, and incorporating feedback from enthusiastic rDAC owners, the Arcam engineering team have produced the irDAC, an enhanced design that raises the performance bar and is delightfully simple to use. The irDAC, so called because it features infra-red remote control, owes much to the development programme behind the reference D33 DAC. The irDAC comes packed with cutting edge technology that brings high-end performance to a wide array of sources. It's outstanding sound quality will deliver sheer musical enjoyment for all music lovers. The Arcam engineering team gain a great deal of new insight while developing the class leading FMJ D33. Areas such as isolation of digital and analogue stages, ultra-low noise power supplies and direct coupled signal paths make a big difference to outright performance. The irDAC uses the outstanding Burr Brown 1796 DAC and 8 separately regulated power supplies to ensure class leading performance that are unmatched in the irDACs price category. Jitter reduction is an obsession within the Arcam engineering team. The circuits developed for the D33 anddeployed in the irDAC produce a signal that is almost entirely jitter free. The irDAC is designed to be the heart of a digital system and can be connected to a host of different types of digital sources and connections. This includes asynchronous USB and direct iPod connection, taking the digital signal direct from an Apple device for optimal sound quality. All of the inputs can be controlled through the irDACs IR remote handset that also controls PCs, MACs and iPod® / iPhone® / iPad® devices via the HID (Human interface device) controller.
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