PENNSAUKEN, N.J. —Orban Labs has announced the availability of Orban AtmoSphere, its Dolby Atmos upmixer, designed to deliver a consistent surround sound experience.
The Orban AtmoSphere automatically upmixes any legacy content, including mono, stereo and 5.1 audio to Dolby Atmos in real-time.
“Our Orban AtmoSphere upmixer enables television broadcasters to provide their viewers with consistent immersive audio programming without image collapses caused by legacy non-Atmos content.” said David Day, president of Orban, which is a leader in audio processing for TV, radio and internet broadcasting. “The U.S. patent-protected AtmoSphere technology also alleviates the costs of remixing legacy content to accommodate Dolby Atmos mixes.”
Dolby Atmos is a technology that adds overhead action effects as well as subtle atmospheric and object-based locational effects that places the listener in a '3D sphere of sound’ for a more realistic sense of acoustic space than provided by traditional surround 7.1 systems. Orban AtmoSphere is available as standalone hardware and on the Ross softGear platform, the company said.
More information is available at www.orban.com (opens in new tab), or via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and phone (856-719-9900).
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